CHICAGO

Obama's Hyde Park

Hyde Park hasn't gotten this much attention since 1893, when the Chicago World's Fair introduced the country to electricity and serial killers. But in recent weeks, this leafy, racially diverse neighborhood of stately town houses near the University of Chicago has become an overnight sensation, thanks to President-elect Barack Obama, who lives in a six-bedroom, Georgian-style house on South Greenwood Avenue.

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