Doorways of Chicago founder Ronnie Frey was recently interviewed by VoyageSavannah. Read the full interview here.
SAVE THE COTTAGES! Deb’s street has rows of workers cottages on both sides of the tree-lined sidewalks-ararity. Ronnie says the original homes were cookie-cutter designs because Chicago grew so quickly during the Industrial Revolution and workers needed places to live that were quick and inexpensive to build.
Listen to the 3 minute segment where Ronnie was interviewed by Felicia Lawrence @officialfeliia, which aired on Chicago’s The Jam TV Show on May 17, 2021.
“A Grand Lady In Chicago”. From bank-owned to town treasure, this home has a story to tell.
Searching through the wide range of shots from Chicago’s talented photographers, we’ve come across several that look like they could be works of art on display in the Art Institute of Chicago. Here we’ve rounded up some of the very best images of Chicago this week, exhibiting our beloved city in all its beauty.
Thanks for a great Open House Chicago 2019! #OHC2019 Here are some of our favorite photos from the weekend.