Peek inside a riverfront townhouse designed by the architect behind the Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist and the Metropolitan Correctional Center.
It’s a corrections bonanza at the New York Times lately.
For the first time in 27 years there’s been an escape from the jail in the South Loop
What do we do with a piece of complicated local art when it’s a block-square building?
Now that’s a good idea for a blog series. I’d never noticed the birdhouse topping off the outside stairway to Harry Weese’s River Cottages, but it’s fantastic. And no matter what you think, there’s much less attractive aquatic-themed condo living to be found in the city:
Two of the best local sites I’ve found in awhile.