Check out Bob's recent weekly column in the Chicago Tribune, where he wrote about two Chicago houses with ties to Frank Lloyd Wright recently selling. (second item)

First, a house that Wright designed in the Rogers Park neighborhood recently sold for $1,700,000, while a damaged Gold Coast home that Wright briefly lived in (but did not design) in 1914 and perhaps 1915 while shacked up with a woman recently sold for $1,500,000. According to other reports, the house, which sustained damage that reportedly was the result of the construction of a mansion next door, will be torn down by its new owners.