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In this home renovation/real estate flipping series, a Chicago-based entrepreneur tries to make money by buying bargain properties, fixing them up and selling them for a profit. The series airs on the HGTV cable network and stars Alison Victoria, a designer who previously appeared on the DIY Network's Kitchen Crashers.

Windy City Rehab is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (18 episodes). The series first aired on July 5, 2018.

Where do I stream Windy City Rehab online? Windy City Rehab is available for streaming on HGTV, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Windy City Rehab on demand at Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Google Play, iTunes, HGTV, Philo online.

Tuesday at 9:00 PM on HGTV
2 Seasons, 18 Episodes
July 5, 2018
5.9/10
Cast: Alison Victoria, Donovan Eckhardt
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Windy City Rehab Full Episode Guide

  • Alison hustles to defend her business and reputation as she works to keep everything from falling apart. She takes on a three-unit building in one of Chicago's hottest neighborhoods and must figure out how to make each unique and luxurious in its own way.

  • Located in a downtown, 20-floor high rise, this condo is stuck in the 80's and in need of a modern makeover. Alison needs this to be a fast flip that turns a profit but that is going to be a challenge as her business spirals out of control.

  • Alison and Donovan find a home in the North Center neighborhood, and she thinks it's an opportunity to get the business under control. After Donovan has a disagreement over a structural issue, Alison considers whether they can continue working together.

  • Despite Donovan's hesitation, Alison seizes the opportunity to build in a new area of Chicago. She feels this project is the perfect way to get to know the neighborhood, and while it goes smoothly, cracks continue to grow in her and Donovan's partnership.

  • Alison and Donovan are denied a loan for a new property and are forced to shift focus to finishing a new construction that slipped through the cracks; Alison must finish the project quickly and get to the bottom of why it stalled in the first place.

  • Alison and the crew reveal details behind the making of the episode and share fun facts as she faces a tough financial decision when a potential buyer makes a full-price offer, with a catch, on her renovation.

  • To create buzz and make a lasting impression, Alison Victoria and Donovan Eckhardt give their open houses as much thought and care as they give their renovations.

  • 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.

  • Alison Victoria and Donovan Eckhardt find a great deal on an 1885 triplex with fire damage, but as Alison picks out pieces for her design, hidden structural damage from the fire starts burning up their hopes for a profit.

  • Alison Victoria and contractor Donovan Eckhardt tackle an 1800s landmarked home in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood. They think the home's massive size and profit potential make it a no-brainer, but some major structural issues and a tenant who won…

  • Alison gets a full-price offer on the Bucktown reno, but there's a catch.

  • Alison Victoria heads to her home town of Chicago to restore vintage homes in the city's historic neighborhoods.

  • Alison decides 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. But with enormous size comes additional expenses that threaten their profit.

  • Alison Victoria heads to her home town of Chicago to restore vintage homes in the city's historic neighborhoods.

  • 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.

  • Alison and Donovan decide to renovate a 1900s two-flat home in Lincoln Square and convert it back into a single-family home; when they decide to sell to a pre-buyer, every decision leads to additional expenses and delays that threaten their profit.

  • Alison and Donovan take on an oddball, box-like house from the 1990s on Wabansia Avenue. Using vintage shop finds, clean modern finishes and a white exterior, they turn this home into the jewel of the historic Bucktown neighborhood.

  • Alison Victoria buys a rundown historic home in the heart of Chicago. This Windy City home comes with many surprises, however, and Alison fights through them all to restore it from the ground up. Will she be able to create a home that's perfect for a young family?

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