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Arthur Holmer
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I love Chicago history, especially when one of Boardwalk Capital's properties is involved. Read about the nexus between our 180 W Washington building, an Al Capone lieutenant, and Chicago political corruption in the 1930's. https://capitalboardwalk.com/180-west-washington-street-chicago/
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Everyone's talking about the fantastic R2 redevelopment of the Morton Salt warehouse on Elston. Ever wonder what was on the property before Morton Salt built their iconic salt shed in the 1920's? Read on!
https://capitalboardwalk.com/r2-redevelopment-mortons-salt-warehouse/
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With the help of Erik Baylis, I'm a believer in the motto, "Never Had a Bad Day." Here's and update on the NHBD.org efforts to help the families of children undergoing treatment for pediatric cancer.
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Please help the Never Had a Bad Day Foundation support pediatric cancer patients and their families @Fatpour Tap Works, 2005 W. Division, Chicago this Saturday, December 9th, at 7PM. Hosted bar featuring Ketel One Vodka and Bulleit Bourbon. https://nightout.com/events/fifth-annual-ugly-sweater-party/tickets?a=nhbd
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The Lincoln statue at the corner of 69th and Wolcott in West Englewood stood sentinel in the neighborhood for over 90 years. Nothing could move it until politics and pundits exploited it for personal gain.
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I'm pleased to share that the Never Had a Bad Day Foundation is sponsoring a casino night fundraising event on July 29th at the Lakewood, 1758 W Lake Street in Chicago. We'll be raising money for our efforts to bring 365 days of 365 smiles to pediatric cancer patients and their families. Please take a moment to learn more about Never Had a Bad Day and the exceptional event hosted by Chicago TV and Sports celebrity, Lou Cannelis.
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What does Chicago's original Swede-town, Burhop's Seafood and 1960's Grundig radios have in common? 743-747 North LaSalle Street.
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Not everyone is offered a second chance. I've been afforded such an opportunity and I intend to honor that grace. http://ow.ly/YQnI30b0aXj
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Even a 3-story parking structure can have a lot of history behind it. Here's the story of BCH's 600 S Clark St. http://ow.ly/Cx4M30aOK7K
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The Boardwalk Capital building at 158 W Erie has a storied history as a firehouse. Here's the story. #arthurholmer http://ow.ly/KScR30a36y4
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