House of Tomorrow Now Accepting Proposals for Its Restoration and Long-Term Lease

February 20, 2019

House of Tomorrow, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indiana

photo by: Hedrich Blessing/Chicago History Museum

Announced during 2019 Modernism Week and building on the success of a partnership with the National Park Service that saved four Century of Progress homes from the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, Indiana Landmarks is offering the House of Tomorrow for a 50-year lease to a party that will undertake its restoration. In partnership with the Indiana Dunes National Park, Indiana Landmarks is accepting proposals for the restoration and long-term lease of the House of Tomorrow as a single-family residence. The National Park Service will continue to own this National Treasure throughout the lease.

To learn more or find out how to submit a letter-of-intent, view the listing.

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