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Former home of Willis Tower and John Hancock architect up for sale

Former home of Willis Tower and John Hancock architect up for sale
Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Late architect Bruce Graham played a key role in the design of the John Hancock Center and the building formerly known as the Sears Tower. Amid all of the drama surrounding those structures this week, Graham's former Lincoln Park home went up for sale at a price of $3.8 million.

The four-bedroom, 4,000-square-foot house was designed by Graham himself, and is exactly what you'd expect from one of the city's greatest architects. It was recently renovated by Dan Wheeler, another local architect. 

The home is functional and lacks the obnoxiously flashy traits seen in some other super-expensive homes that have hit the market recently

Graham famously explained his vision for the Sears Tower with a pack of cigarettes, and the rest is history. His other accomplishments include Chicago's Inland Steel Building as well as the Broadgate and Canary Wharf developments.

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

 

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

 

Photograph: Courtesy of Redfin

 

 

 

 

 

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