Chicago Cheat Sheet: Ex-Sox skipper Guillen selling Bucktown home…& more

Also, an “endangered” Frank Lloyd Wright home in Glencoe changes hands after several price reductions

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May.May 14, 2019 05:00 PM
Ozzie Guillen and 1627 North Wolcott Street (Credit: Getty Images and Redfin)

Ozzie Guillen and 1627 North Wolcott Street (Credit: Getty Images and Redfin

Sox legend Guillen leaving Chicago again … but just for the suburbs

Former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen is selling his home in Bucktown. Guillen and his wife, Ibis, are moving to the southwest suburbs to be closer to their infant granddaughter. The couple paid $2 million for the 6,700-square-foot house at 1627 North Wolcott Avenue in 2011, and plans to list the home within the next week at $2.5 million. Emily Santos of @properties has the listing. Guillen played for the Sox for 15 years and later managed the team for another seven, including during the 2005 World Series championship season. [Crain’s]

Wright-designed home in Glencoe changes hands

A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Glencoe that’s on Landmarks Illinois’ list of most endangered buildings sold last week at a big discount. The estate of the late Meyer and Doris Rudoff has had the 1,700-square-foot home on and off the market since 2016, and listed it in 2017 for $1 million. After several price cuts, the buyer paid $555,000 for it on May 9. Diana Matichyn of Coldwell Banker had the listing, while Honore Frumentino of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff represented the buyers, who are not yet identified in public records. [Chicago Tribune]

McCaffery and Hines adding condos at Lincoln Common

McCaffery Interests and Hines launched a new condo project on the former site of Children’s Memorial Hospital in Lincoln Park. The seven-story, 34-unit building joins two 20-story apartment buildings that opened last month in the Lincoln Common development. While pricing has not been finalized, units are expected to list starting at about $2 million. Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the condos, which should be delivered next year. [Crain’s]

New Zealand coffee chain finding its Mojo Downtown

Mojo Coffee is adding two new locations in Chicago. The New Zealand-based chain is opening the shops this summer at the John Buck Company’s 33 North LaSalle Street and in Beacon Capital Partners’ AMA Plaza at 330 North Wabash Avenue. They’ll join existing locations at 200 South Wacker Drive and 111 West Jackson Street. [REJournals]


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