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Would seem to be a plan possible just about anywhere. William Zeckendorf saved Robie from possible demolition (at Wrights urging) and temporarily used it as headquarters for a project in the area. His biography mentions Wright's intent to take it over for his foundation, but he died too soon and Zeckendorf then deeded it to the U of Chicago.SDR wrote:It is interesting to find a Wright house being used as a corporate office: add that to the list of non-residential functions an historic residence might fulfill ?S