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c. 1870 Italianate

466 Laurel Avenue
Highland Park, Illinois

Deconstruction, Project Management, and Site Remediation

466 Laurel
466 Laurel
The City of Highland Park, Illinois ("City"), requests proposals from qualified entities to demolish and salvage up to two structures:

466 Laurel Avenue, Highland Park, IL - A 19th Century residential building adjacent to the Highland Park Public Library. The structure must be demolished.

444 Laurel Avenue, Highland Park, IL - A 19th Century residential buildings adjacent to the Highland Park Public Library. The structure must be demolished.

The selected proposer will be invited to enter into an agreement with the City (“Agreement”), in a form provided by the City to purchase and relocate the Structure(s). The City Council has the ultimate authority to approve any proposal and to authorize the execution of an Agreement.

Please view our RFP web site for more information.

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444 Laurel
444 Laurel

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  • Threatened
  • 1870's Italianate
  • 1900's American Foursquare
  • Time is of the essence

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If you have any questions on the RFP, please contact Drew Awsumb.

City of Highland Park

Drew Awsumb

Phone: 847-926-1612

RFP Web site

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466 Laurel Avenue

Built between 1870 and 1890, #466 is a 3,012-square-foot, 2-story brick single-family residential structure, which best exemplifies the Italianate style. 466 Laurel Avenue is located within Highland Park’s 1999 Central East survey area, and it attributed the house
a “C – Contributing historical status”. This is the middle of three historical designations (between NC – Not Contributing, and S – Significant), which indicates that the house would contribute to an official Historical District if one were created within the neighborhood. However, it also indicates that the house was not found to have sufficient historical significance to warrant its own landmark designation.

The exterior appearance of the original house was modified in 1937 as part of remodeling activities. An addition on the south side of the house impacted some of the classic design characteristics as it was of a different style than the original architecture. The City of Highland Park Building Division records indicate that a detached garage was also constructed in 1974.

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City of Highland Park

Drew Awsumb

Phone: 847-926-1612

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