Landmark Designation Approved for Former Investment Banker’s North Side Home

January 15, 2020

A 19th century Queen Anne style home in the Irving Park community was designated an official Chicago landmark by City Council today.

Completed in 1892 for investment banker John Nuveen by architect Clarence H. Tabor, the two-and-a-half story building at 3916 N. Tripp Ave. is notable for its irregular roofline, corner tower with pyramidal roof, projecting bays, large front porch, and ornamentation.



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