"Spaces Atop Chicago" - Auditorium  Building Tower
Photo from Tony Macaluso’s forthcoming book "Secret Spaces Atop Chicago."

"Spaces Atop Chicago" - Auditorium Building Tower

Architects Adler and Sullivan's magnificent Auditorium Building opened in 1890 and the firm moved into creative space at the top of the world on the 16th floor of the companion Auditorium Tower, Chicago's first truly public observation deck. (Sullivan held a corner office here for 28 years.)

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