PAGE BROTHERS BUILDING


This building’s north facade, facing Lake Street, features the city’s last remaining cast-iron facade, a construction technique that was common practice in pre-Fire of 1871 Chicago. Built when Lake Street was the city’s main retail street, the building’s west facade (State Street) was remodeled and another floor added in 1902, reflecting the reorientation of commercial activity from Lake to State Street.

Designation:
National Historic Site (75000649)
• Chicago Landmark
Visited: 03/26/2017
Location: Map
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