Chicago Architecture in the Loop is like nothing you’ve seen in the world. It is unique. It is grand. It is one of a kind. On a work day, you won’t have to walk around long to realize you are at the center of things. Most of the buildings in the Chicago Loop are not fully open to the public, although some may be accessible through tours by the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Security procedures will, of course, vary. For some, you won’t be able to make it past the lobby; for others, a purposeful stride can take you anywhere you want to go.
Chicago Architecture in the Loop
The Fisher Building is 20-story, 275-foot-tall (84 m) neo-Gothic landmark building located at 343 South Dearborn Street in the...
Lincoln Park is one of the wealthiest and most expensive communities in which to live. It has a lot...
Marktown is an urban planned worker community in East Chicago, Indiana, United States, built during the Progressive Era in...
- 14 Photos from Abandoned White Stokes Factory in Chicago’s Central Manufacturing District
- Chicago Historical Landmark: Spiegel Building – Before the Renovation
- The Steel Industry
- Arc at Old Colony
- Washington Park Substation by architect Hermann von Holst
- Saint Boniface Catholic Church
- Canyons of Downtown Chicago
- Chicago Central Manufacturing District
- Alta at K Station
- Abandoned Chicago Heights Executive Tower
- Chicago Lakefront Citizen Photographers
- 65 Photos From Inside The Old Chicago Main Post Office – Before The Renovations
- Lincoln Logs Chicago
- Gold Coast Chicago Aerial View
- Death of the Shopping Mall
- Vanishing Marktown – Historic Planned Worker Community in East Chicago
- South Works – Abandoned Steel Mills of South Chicago
- The Wasteland
- Last of the original Central Manufacturing District
- West Loop Raising- Construction Boom Continues