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'Windy City Rehab’ host says she’ll live in home at center of lawsuit

“Windy City Rehab” host Alison Victoria is interested in buying back a Lincoln Square home that’s at
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“Windy City Rehab” host Alison Victoria is interested in buying back a Lincoln Square home that’s at the center of a lawsuit claiming it’s plagued by leaks and shoddy work. According to her lawyer, “the property is a great house in a great neighborhood that [Victoria] would be happy to live in herself.” Reporter Mitch Dudek has the story…

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