Drawing of the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago

Drawing of the International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago

Wrigley Building (L). Architect: Graham, Anderson, Probst & White. South Tower Completed in 1921 - North Tower completed in 1924. Medinah Athletic Club (M). Architect: Walter W. Ahlschlager. Completed in 1929. Wrigley Building (L). Architect: Howells & Hood. Completed in 1925. Michigan Avenue Bridge Tender House (B). Architect: Edward Bennett. Completed in 1920. Magnificent Mile District. Chicago, Illinois USA. Photograph taken on July 28, 2012. Photograph by Zach Borders of Civic ArtWorks…

Wrigley Building (L). Architect: Graham, Anderson, Probst & White. South Tower Completed in 1921 - North Tower completed in 1924. Medinah Athletic Club (M). Architect: Walter W. Ahlschlager. Completed in 1929. Wrigley Building (L). Architect: Howells & Hood. Completed in 1925. Michigan Avenue Bridge Tender House (B). Architect: Edward Bennett. Completed in 1920. Magnificent Mile District. Chicago, Illinois USA. Photograph taken on July 28, 2012. Photograph by Zach Borders of Civic ArtWorks…

The esteemed German-American architect Helmut Jahn devised this soaring tower in the South Loop—so tall, in fact, that it’s set to become his tallest completed work. Clad mostly in glass, the 73-story building will ultimately contain more than 500 residential units when completed.

These 9 New Buildings Are Redefining Chicago Architecture

The esteemed German-American architect Helmut Jahn devised this soaring tower in the South Loop—so tall, in fact, that it’s set to become his tallest completed work. Clad mostly in glass, the 73-story building will ultimately contain more than 500 residential units when completed.

333 North Michigan Avenue. Architect: Holabird & Root. Completed in 1928. Loop Neighborhood. Chicago, Illinois USA. Photograph taken on July 28, 2012. Photograph by Zach Borders of Civic ArtWorks, LLC.

333 North Michigan Avenue. Architect: Holabird & Root. Completed in 1928. Loop Neighborhood. Chicago, Illinois USA. Photograph taken on July 28, 2012. Photograph by Zach Borders of Civic ArtWorks, LLC.

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