Preservation crisis on Stratford: the expanded version

At YoChicago, we take pride in being on top of things, even if we don’t necessarily cover every angle of a story. Yo, after all, is a blog, and one of its overriding concepts is that the posts be direct and to the point. [We aren’t questioning the attention span of our readers, but we’re not sure anyone reads past the third graf.] Recently, for example, we noted a hot preservation situation developing on Stratford Place. But there’s a lot more to the story than what we could tell here.
Yo has opined before about the high regard in which we hold architecture writer Lynn Becker. So it comes as no surprise that in this week’s Reader, he offers an in-depth perspective of why the Sullivan & Adler-designed Harvey house should be saved. We might secretly enjoy the idea that we beat him to the story, but can’t deny that he did it justice in a way we didn’t.

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