When Jim Gorski was growing up on Chicago’s Southeast Side, he admired the beautiful homes that lined Longwood Drive in Beverly. 
Now, as a Chicago architect and Beverly resident, Gorski has helped pull together an exhibit that celebrates what he calls “arguably, the most significant architectural neighborhood in the city of Chicago.” 
Beverly’s diverse and distinct building designs, as well as its history and plans for the future, will be celebrated during “Elevation: The Rise of Beverly/Morgan Park,” an exhibition that opens Sunday and continues through December at the Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St.
The exhibit aims to tell the story of how the impressive elevation of the highest hill in Chicago came to be, and how it continues to inspire the architecture and culture of