Mario Tricoci

Mario and Traci Tricoci love the fast pace, bright lights and countless cultural events of the city. But for their sons, ages 2 and 4, they wanted green spaces, friendly neighbors and plenty of soccer, similar to the area Mario grew up in suburban <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100501880000" title="Long Grove" href="/topic/us/illinois/lake-county-%28illinois%29/long-grove-PLGEO100100501880000.topic">Long Grove</a><br>
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Mario thinks he found the best of both worlds on a tree-lined street in Lincoln Park where he and his wife are constructing their cement, wood and glass dream home built on hair.
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( Antonio Perez, Chicago Tribune / September 17, 2008 )

Mario and Traci Tricoci love the fast pace, bright lights and countless cultural events of the city. But for their sons, ages 2 and 4, they wanted green spaces, friendly neighbors and plenty of soccer, similar to the area Mario grew up in suburban Long Grove

Mario thinks he found the best of both worlds on a tree-lined street in Lincoln Park where he and his wife are constructing their cement, wood and glass dream home built on hair.

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