Wayback Wednesday: Lord, Snow Down On Me
Jan08

Wayback Wednesday: Lord, Snow Down On Me

It was ten years ago today, January 8, 2010 that we took this photograph of what was then known as the Episcopal Church Center at 65 East Huron Street, just off Michigan Avenue. That’s where a life-sized bronze statue, appearing half man and half angel arched its back, stretched its arms, and welcomed the coming snowstorm. Saint James Commons on January 8, 2010 A year earlier this space was renamed Saint James Commons to go...

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Status Update: Saint James Commons
Apr16

Status Update: Saint James Commons

It’s been a while since we checked in on the new public courtyard going in at the headquarters of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago (65 East Huron Street). As you can see, it looks like it’s just about done. The public space is part of Saint James Commons, a complex that includes Saint James Cathedral, the diocesan offices, and a new welcome center. The project, designed by Loebl Schlossman & Hackl was mostly completed...

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