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Alison Victoria moves on from remaking the centerpieces of homes to rehabbing entire residences. The former star of DIY Network's long-running series "Kitchen Crashers" tackles her dream job of flipping houses in her hometown of Chicago. Her sharp business skills, knowledge of the local market, and desire to update designs with luxurious style come in handy, since she's spending megabucks to score vintage fixer uppers in historic neighborhoods and must attract high-end buyers or risk losing substantial investments. With her lead contractor, Donovan Eckhardt, alongside, Alison revives these homes and -- wherever possible -- keeps true to their original history, architecture and community roots.

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While looking for a property in Wicker Park, designer Alison and Donovan discover what seems like a great deal on an 1885 triplex with fire damage; soon, hidden structural damage from the fire starts burning up their hopes for a profit.
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Alison and Donovan enter uncharted territory with a converted four-unit historic home in Lincoln Park; they must decide whether to leave it as a four-unit or turn it back into a single-family home.
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Alison and Donovan tackle an 1800s landmarked home in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood, but major structural issues and a tenant who won't vacate cause them to lose control of the already maxed-out budget.
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Alison and Donovan land one of the first landmarked cottages in Chicago's Ukrainian Village neighborhood; they hope to return the property to its former glory, but strict historical build guidelines and expensive property loss may hinder that.
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Alison Victoria buys a rundown historic home in the heart of Chicago that comes with many surprises; when the house unexpectedly has to be taken down to the studs, Alison must do whatever it takes to stay on time and on budget.
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Alison Victoria and Donovan Eckhardt take on a penthouse with the potential for some serious profit; what seems like an easy renovation quickly goes off the rails when an inexperienced superintendent tries to hide his shoddy work.
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Alison finds a Civil War-era house on a corner lot with only 1,200 square feet of living space; they try to get enough additional space and fresh design from the home to get their price point without destroying its original history and charm.
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Alison Victoria and Donovan Eckhardt take their chances on a split-level home that is full of disasters; faced with numerous setbacks, they must put their differences aside to turn the nightmare into a dream home for potential buyers.
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Alison Victoria wants to give a neglected Bucktown home an upscale, English-style makeover; she faces a tough financial decision when a potential buyer makes a full-price offer that requires her to change the entire design.
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Alison and Donovan take a huge risk when they buy an oddball, boxlike house from the '90s; a flooded basement is just the beginning of a myriad of problems they encounter.
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Alison and Donovan decide to renovate a huge early-1900s home in Lincoln Square that's been split into a two-flat and convert it back to a single-family home; the enormous size comes with additional expenses and delays that threaten their profit.

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