Chicago's Auditorium Building: Romanesque Center for the Arts
Photo by Brandon Bartoszek

Chicago's Auditorium Building: Romanesque Center for the Arts

The Auditorium Building in Chicago was created to provide a permanent home for the city's operatic, symphonic and other cultural events. It also includes multi-use commercial components, such as a 400-room hotel and office space. The street facades are examples of the building's Romanesque architectural style. The building now belongs to Roosevelt University.

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