While Trib Tower Redevelopers Salivate, Alderman Urges Caution
Sep06

While Trib Tower Redevelopers Salivate, Alderman Urges Caution

In any city as old and complex as Chicago, there are bound to be quirks of history that affect modern day development. The protected cattle path through the heart of the Loop is one example we’ve told you about over the years. Another is the view corridor in Streeterville. We last reviewed this municipal oddity in June of 2015 when we were explaining to you why the new skyscraper coming to 465 North Park Drive is situated where...

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Neo-Gothic Tribune Tower Anchors The South End Of Mag Mile
Dec01

Neo-Gothic Tribune Tower Anchors The South End Of Mag Mile

The New York architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood pocketed a nice prize—$50,000—in 1922 for their design of the Chicago Tribune’s iconic building at 435 N. Michigan Avenue. Today, the Tribune Tower is still the headquarters of the newspaper and its parent Tribune Media. It was also a popular stop at the 2015 Open House Chicago event hosted by the Chicago Architecture Foundation. The building has a number of noteworthy design...

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