5430 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615
Located on the shady residential street named for Paul Cornell, who
began the development of Hyde Park in 1853, Cornell Terrace
displays the material sensuality of the era in which it was built.
Creamy sandstone details contrast with the red brick facade, with
entries and windows marked by keystones characteristic of early
1920's Chicago architecture. Colorful foliage along the landscaped
entry completes the picturesque palette. While a (limited) gated
parking lot enhances the convenience of the buildings proximity to
major highways, public transportation is also nearby.