As the Chicago Archdiocese moves forward, demolition of many Chicago churches is well under way. Fine Urban Art. Private Collection.
Emptiness along Lake Shore Drive.
Abandoned warehouses are prevalent thought the urban and rural landscapes of America.
The South Loop was one of Chicago's first residential districts, which recent redevelopment has again transformed into a residential neighborhood. Working-class immigrants, primarily Irish, initially settled south of the young city near the river while the [...]
The fact is, the organized criminals have a history of investing in legitimate businesses as a base of operations, as well as a means of laundering money from their illegal activities.
The Pontiac Silverdome, formerly known as the Silverdome, is a stadium in Pontiac, Michigan, United States. It opened in 1975 and sits on 127 acres (51 ha) of land. When the stadium opened, it featured [...]
Opened October 1966, located just north of Rockford and had a more expansive ground plan than most of the other zone centers built at the time. The first director of the Center, Dr. Hansell, was [...]
There has been a lot of demolition and site preparation at Chicago's Medical District. The buildings demolished include Rush University's Jones Building, opened around 1888 after Rush Medical College was destroyed by the Great Chicago [...]
Abandoned structures that once belonged to sprawling Steel Mills now sit empty most of the time. Once is a while, these structures are reused on a case by case situations. Making them at least somewhat [...]
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 [...]