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Has Frank Lloyd Wright's Blossom House Found a Savior?

The George Blossom House, one of Chicago's "bootleg" Frank Lloyd Wright homes—so deemed because he designed them while working as a draftsman for Adler & Sullivan—is finally under contract, after spending two years on the market and having its price reduced by nearly half. On the heels a drawn-out preservation saga that saw neighbors rejecting billionaire philanthropist Jennifer Pritzker's plan to buy the home, restore it, and turn it into a B&B, has this beleaguered Prairie School classic finally been rescued?

Curbed Chicago has the full story. >>