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Long-imagined Rosewood Beach improvements to see light in 2015

Saturday, January 10, 2015

By Ravinia Neighbors Association

Now that the Rosewood Beach Restoration Project is nearing completion, it’s time for the residents of Highland Park, who stand to benefit from this project, to embrace its tenets and look forward to the anticipated results.  Read More

VanBergen Celebrated!

Thursday, October 11, 2012

From The Ravinia Neighbors Association

Who was John VanBergen? The Highland Park Historical Society answers that question this month in their October celebration of this little known architect of the Prairie school. As it turns out, John VanBergen was a prolific architect in Ravinia and the surrounding Highland Park area, designing various smaller homes and schools such as Ravinia (addition) and Braeside. Those interested in "taking the tour" should visit the HPHS website at The following brief glimpse of the local architect was written by Jean Sogin, Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission and Board member of the HP Historical Society. Read More

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