I drive around the southeast side often marveling at how it is changing right before my eyes. There were two major events that didn't materialize on the southeast side that would have brought quick major changes -- a new Chicago World's Fair and the Olympics. It took the housing collapse starting in 2007 to clear out the population, leave many empty lots and to bring in the developers and rehabbers.

I like looking at brownstones and other buildings being rehabbed. I have followed the progress of this building since 2014. I like how it turned out and I promised myself to just take a look on the inside of many of these buildings when they go up for sale. This was a beautiful Autumn day to get a shot of a building with no telephone poles and wires running across the front.

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Bob Gamble Bob Gamble

Taken 3:23 PM on November 9, 2017
Uploaded 2:15 AM on November 11, 2017
Posted in Architecture
  • NIKON D3300
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  • 320 ISO
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