Press & News Archive

  1. Frank Lloyd Wright Emil Bach House
    12 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings are now hosting virtual tours
    Ever wanted to go inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Fallingwater? Now’s your chance (even if the US is on lockdown) thanks to a new series of digital tours.
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    You Can Now Take Virtual Tours of 12 Incredible Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings
    Better Homes & Gardens
    According to The Spaces, Frank Lloyd Wright buildings are some of the newest places you can explore virtually. “It is precisely at this time, when so many are shut inside, that we need to experience beauty and inspiration,” the Frank Lloyd Wright...
  3. 1323 W Morse Ave.
    1323 Morse Ave: 2020 PCI Design Awards Winner
    Chicago neighborhoods are known for their character and diversity. When new structures added to the environment, it is hoped that they will be aesthetically compatible with the surrounding architecture while also delivering a modern sustainable design.
  4. Operation HerStory first all female Honor Flight
    Operation HerStory to send women veterans on state’s first all-female Honor Flight
    Chicago Sun-Times
    A program called Operation HerStory wants to send 100 of those women in Illinois on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., where they will tour war monuments for a day and be celebrated for their service upon their return home.
  5. Emil Bach Japanese Tea House
    Five Frank Lloyd Wright Homes You Can Rent Near Chicago
    Inside Hook
    Plenty of Frank Lloyd Wright devotees fantasize of living in one of the many homes the architect designed, but the price (his Ennis House in L.A. sold for $18 million last year) and notorious upkeep prevent most folks from getting anywhere near that dream.
  6. Jennifer Pritzker
    Colonel Pritzker: A Chicago Billionaire Focuses on Veterans, LGBTQ Causes, and More
    Inside Philanthropy
    While families like the Waltons and Kochs might be more well known, the Pritzker family of Chicago also holds enormous wealth.
  7. Funders for LGBTQ Issues
    Meet the Top 10 Non-Discrimination Protections Funders
    Funders for LGBTQ Issues
    In 2017, a mere 12 foundations invested $5.6 million dollars into securing non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ Americans, a slight dip from the record high of $7.4 million in 2016.
  8. Col. Jennifer Pritzker at Parker School
    Colonel Pritzker ’68 Returns to Parker
    Francis W. Parker School
    Military veteran, historian, businesswoman, investor, developer, philanthropist, transgender woman and Parker graduate Col. (IL) Jennifer Pritzker ’68 returned to the school recently to speak at Morning Ex about the importance of understanding the military’s role in a democratic society.
  9. Michelle Nakfoor Tawani General Counsel
    Crain’s Notable General Counsels
    Crain's Chicago Business
    Michelle Nakfoor manages a diverse range of legal matters at Tawani Enterprises, an entrepreneurial organization founded by retired U.S. Army Col. Jennifer Pritzker that invests in historic preservation and neighborhood development.
    Senator Duckworth Meets With Breast Cancer Survivors
    HME Business
    As part of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), visited Second Act Mastectomy Boutique in Chicago, where she heard personal stories from breast cancer survivors.