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An old Michigan Avenue charmer whose worn stone walls looks even older than its 120+ years.
An old Michigan Avenue charmer whose worn stone walls looks even older than its 120+ years. Even though few artists could afford to keep studios on Michigan Avenue these days, it still has a creative air, thanks to the fanciful carvings on the walls, and an inviting snack shop on the first floor.
410 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan's masterpiece
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