It's turning out to be a good week for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
He was sworn into office Monday, but we also learned that he will soon be able to get back into his Ravenswood home.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Rob Halpin -- who has been renting the home from Emanuel and refused to move out when the mayoral candidate moved back from Washington DC -- will be moving out of the home at the end of June.
Emanuel couldn't speak about the specifics of the lease and had previously said he would try to stay in the house.
Emanuel's home was at the center of legal challenges involving his residency status during the campaign.