Conway Building, Chicago Title and Trust Building
Structure in General
- Developed by the Marshall Field Estate, and originally named the Conway Building after Conway, Massachusetts - the birthplace of Marshall Field.
- Last building designed by Daniel Burnham's company in his lifetime. Frederick P. Dinkelberg did the actual design.
- All four corners of the building are rounded, even those which face the alley.
- The light court in the center of the building originally penetrated down to a skylight over the lobby. Later the 3rd through 7th floors were extended over the opening.
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111 West Washington Street