• This 1908 Chicago building has beautiful Art Nouveau/ Prairie Style/ Vienna Secessionist influences.

  • The main level is an office use.

  • The lower level is a library.

  • This second floor is a mini-conference center and accommodates overnight guests.

  • The third floor is a high-end apartment.

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Chicago Renovation

Built in 1908, this stately building near Lincoln Park is truly ‘Mixed Use” as there are different uses on each of four floors. Offices occupy the first floor, a conference center the second, the third floor is a residential apartment, and the lower level is a library. Our renovation integrated modern fixtures and finishes while maintaining the integrity of the ornate original architecture. It was originally designed by a Viennese architect combining Prairie Style and Vienna School.

  • Date June 25, 2021
  • Tags Multi-Family