Wentworth Gardens


Commissioned in 1945, Wentworth Gardens was the last project built to house war-industry workers during the Second World War. Designed by Loebl & Schlossman, construction of this four-square-block development required the demolition of 20 structures, including the baseball park where the White Sox played until 1910. Today, the Sox are a neighbor of the completely rehabbed Wentworth Gardens, which is just a few blocks away from U.S. Cellular Field. Updates include new kitchens, bathrooms and landscaping improvements.

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