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Lake Point Towers (1968) is one of the most visable residential skyscrapers in Chicago. It is the only building East of Lake Shore Drive and is adjacent to Navy Pier.The architects were students of Mies Van Der Rohe who came to Chicago and taught architecture at IIT. Lake Point Towers has curved...
Chicago is know for it's museums but the Museum of Science and Industry is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere.It is the only remaining building from the World's Columbian Exposition 1893 and represents truly classic architecture and was constructed from material called "staff" w...
They say the best things in life are free... but PLAIN And SIMPLE TRUTH it's not a good policy for business. In Real Estate we offer things for FREE and often WORK for FREE and where does it get us ... No WHERE accept the POOR HOUSE.For example how many real estate agents do the following: "...
The John Hancock Building is probobaly the most recognizable building in all of Chicago. You can see it as you approach the City from all directions. It stands 100 stories and is currently the 4th tallest (1,476 feet with antennae) building in Chicago. It was completed in 1969 and designed by ...
Old St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (1856) is the oldest public building that survived the Chicago Fire of 1871. The Church was founded by Irish Immigrants and is considered the first English Speaking Parish in Chicago. Architectecture Style is Romanesque revival style.Located in the West Loo...
When I think of the word Willis I come up with the image above. But if you ask me to think about " What is the tallest building in Chicago I think of the Sears Tower. The Sears Tower was completed in 1974 and stands 110 stories (1,454 feet) and was the worlds tallest building until 1992. Archit...
The Chicago Cultural Center is the site of the original Chicago Public Library. Completed in 1897.The exterior design is based on elements of both Italian Renaissance and Greek Architecture. The South side (Washington) of the building has Ionic order columns while the Randolph side has Doric or...
Marina City (1967) became the first design concept of " a city within a city "by architect Bertrand Goldberg. The buildings at first stirred a lot of controversy because of its appearance looking like corn cobs standing on end but the buildings included everything a city dweller needed: shoppin...