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Hope For Schindler/Wright Cottage To Stay Put?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 27, 2012 10:59 AM
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by Eric last modified Apr 26, 2012

The Wilmette-Kenilworth Patch reports that Wilmette village trustees approved lot variations for the Isabella Street historic homes (one by John S. Van Bergen and the other by Rudolph Schindler/Frank Lloyd Wright). This is significant because the variations allow for the little Schindler/Wright cottage to be moved-over to the same lot that the Van Bergen house sits on—thus keeping both structures in Wilmette (and integrally linked together). There's still more to occur to enable this to...




 

 

6a00d8341bf72a53ef0168eaa4ee49970c-800wiThe Wilmette-Kenilworth Patch reports that Wilmette village trustees approved lot variations for the Isabella Street historic homes (one by John S. Van Bergen and the other by Rudolph Schindler/Frank Lloyd Wright).

This is significant because the variations allow for the little Schindler/Wright cottage to be moved-over to the same lot that the Van Bergen house sits on—thus keeping both structures in Wilmette (and integrally linked together). There's still more to occur to enable this to happen, but it's a glimmer of hope for the people of Wilmette to keep their cultural heritage intact. Read more here.

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