As you pass by the Monadnock Building in Chicago’s Loop, you may not recognize it as a transitional moment in architectural history. But in this building, the shift can be seen from load-bearing construction to skeleton frame construction.
All good things must come to an end, goodbye parade - hello after parties.
Known for it's architecture and the home to several court districts in Chicago.
Not your average library you're used to.
This garden at the Harold Washington Library is accessible from the Orange, Pink, Brown, and Purple lines
State Street's anchor
When it comes to Chicago’s iconic skyline, it isn’t always easy to make a mark and stand out from the crowd. But that isn’t something the Harold Washington Library has struggled to do.
Holmes' A.B.C. Copier Co.
58,307 Dog Tags
Vivi Bubba Tea is the best bubble tea area in State Street!
Expanding tourism south
A quarter-mile stretch of Dearborn and adjacent streets is a neighborhood known as Printer’s Row, which once was the center of the Midwest’s printing industry.
The Chicago Board of Trade Building was once the tallest building in Chicago.
At this historic restaurant, you will find authentic German cuisine and steins of beer.
This stop on our tour features the designer Nick Adam telling about his work for Chicago’s bike share program Divvy, which is only a few years young.
Holding court at the south end of LaSalle St., the Chicago Board of Trade Building presides over Chicago’s financial district. The regal 45-story skyscraper is the epitome of Art Deco styling.
H.H Holmes meets third wife, Georgiana Yoke
For Cheers Sake!
Passageway to Old Chicago
When completed, the Rookery was thought to be the largest and finest office building in the United States. Located at the corner of LaSalle and Adams, the Rookery is one of Chicago’s most elegant buildings and a star of the LaSalle Street financial corridor.
The Rookery is the building the set the style for the layout, the style, the corridors for office buildings to come for the next 100 years.
Completed in 1888 by Daniel Burnham and Partner John Welborn Root