Oak Park, the first suburb west of Chicago, is known for scenic boulevards and iconic architecture. It’s been the hometown of Ernest Hemingway, Frank Lloyd Wright and assorted gangsters.
Joining the mix is new residential option Eleven33. It’s named for the address on South Boulevard, abutting the southern side of the Metra and CTA railroad tracks. The 12-story building sprawls nearly a city block between Harlem Avenue and Marion Street.
(Nick Ulivieri Photography)
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