Rand McNally, Andrew McNally, hired Silsbee to design this group of nine row homes as part of a real estate development not far from his own home on Chicago's North Side. Though the current condition, coloring of trim and mortar and change of materials sometimes makes it hard to determine, the McNally homes were designed as a cohesive block. Entries are paired in recesses and gables above help to unify the coupled homes.
At the street level, the row homes are raised slightly from the street and are entered from a series of stone stoops. It is relatively large three-story structure but the overall scale is kept modest with banding, varied massing and materials, and carefully detailed stone, brick and woodwork.