A Chicago factory becomes a colorful home.
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Fortune Cookie Factory
Kate and Joshua Height had the good fortune of finding a building in Chicago's Fulton Market area they could renovate as a residence. During the conversion, they came across a clue to the building's former use when they uncovered packets of soy sauce packed in the walls as insulation. Turns out, the building was once a fortune cookie factory and the previous owners had found a creative use for soy sauce packets.
Turns out our fearless leaders -- George Washington, in particular -- liked to dabble in interior design when they weren't...