900 North Michigan
Structure in General
- The building combines 5 major uses: a seven-story atrium shopping mall; a Four Seasons Hotel; office space in the tower's lower section; condominiums on the higher floors; and one of the city's largest parking garages.
- Commonly referred to as the "Bloomingdale's Building" because of the shopping mall's anchor tenant.
- Topped with 4 ornamental lanterns, which change color for the Christmas season.
- The original design was a postmodern homage to the Vienna Secessionist style of architect Otto Wagner, with a wide arched roof.
- The exterior is sheathed in limestone and light reflective green glass.
- The building consists of a concrete frame built on top of a steel skeleton. Since the building's material switches midway up, the first cranes had to be taken down for two weeks while new cranes for concrete were installed.
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Features & Amenities
- Atrium is present
- Bicycle storage is available
- Doorman is available
- Ornamental illumination is installed
- Public parking is available
- Storage space is available