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Tear Down McMansions in Naperville, Illinois

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Published on Jan 17, 2007

driving thru a nice 1950's neighborhood that is being replaced by McMansions that cost 1 million dollars.

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themangodess
You're an adult. 
Joel Hunt
Why would they demolish a well built home from the 1950 for a poorly built shitbox?
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Wolfsong64
I've lived here all my life and honestly, I hate to see the 5 year millionaires make my hometown a wayside stop on their way up the corporate ladder. There is no heart or soul invested in making it a community like I remember from my youth. Naperville has become more of an amenity.
Wolfsong64
I've lived here all my life and honestly, I hate to see the 5 year millionaires make my hometown a wayside stop on their way up the corporate ladder. There is no heart or soul invested in making it a community like I remember from my youth. Naperville has become more of an amenity.
sgtpepper1138
@Depotmaster Yeah, they're the kind of people that don't let their kids go outside to play, they have to schedule PLAY DATES..... uughhh
Darlene Ruiz
@ThatAmericanGuy1 No, it's not envy, believe me. I don't put a lot of importance into material things. I know what really matters in life, and it's not owning a huge castle and lexus. If you do think that's what life is about, I pity you.
ThatAmericanGuy1
You said it..you're not rich AT ALL, so you don't fit here...most people who are the have nots don't really feel that welcome here and i'm guessing that's from envy. If you have kids then if you stay they will go to some of the best public schools around.
Darlene Ruiz
I moved to Naperville a year ago because my husband and I needed to move to the Chicago suburbs for work and heard Naperville was a nice, safe town. I kind of regret the decision. Naperville is clean and looks nice, but has no personality to speak of. It saddens me to see modest or moderately priced homes classified as "teardowns." People are too focused on money and not the things that really matter. We are not rich people at all, so we don't really fit in here.
mts2457
"driving thru a nice 1950's neighborhood that is being replaced by McMansions that cost 1 million dollars." Lawl more like upwards of 1.5 mil at -least-
sgtpepper1138
how true, my dream is to have a nice piece of land (a few acres) and have a house running on solar, and grow a lot of my own food
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