Built primarily between 1900 and 1920, the two flat represents another iconic Chicago home style. With a facade of either brick or greystone, the two-flat features a pair of stacked single-family homes, each with its own entrance. In Chicago, these homes solved the influx of European immigrants arriving in the late 1800s by building up instead of out. The result is an intergral part of Chicago's enduring aesthetic.
For the two-flat lover in your life. Or just the passionate Chicago architecture fan.
Printed as a matte finish on 80# acid-free cover stock paper.