Dearborn Station

Interesting
Designed by Cyrus L.W. Eidlitz in the Romanesque Revival style in 1885, the former city-centre train station features red brick and stone with nicely detailed cornices and arcaded windows and doors. The original steeply gabled roof gave way to a third storey following the fire of 1922. The train sheds were demolished in 1976 and the building was renovated ten years later to house offices, shops and restaurants.

Useful information

Address:

47 West Polk Street, 60605 Chicago

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