Chicago Fine Arts Building

Interesting
The name "Studebaker" inscribed above the ground floor of this ten-storey building refers to its original use as a wagon showroom. The building was redeveloped in 1898 by Beman, who transformed it into the Fine Arts Building, adding a theatre and studio spaces, where musicians and artists still work. The impressive façade boasts Romanesque-style windows, columns crowned with capitals and vaulted entrances.

Useful information

Address:

410 South Michigan Avenue, 60605 Chicago

Phone:

+1 312-566-9800

Opening hours

Mon‑Sat 7am‑10pm (Sat 9pm), Sun 9am‑5pm

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