Chicago Savings Bank Building
Structure in General
- Converted in 1997 to a dormitory for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
- One of the earliest skyscrapers, the Chicago Building is a prime example of the Chicago School of Architecture and one of the few with its original cornice intact.
- The two street facades exhibit the two typical window types of Chicago School architecture: the north side features projecting bay windows, and the east side features rectangular "Chicago windows" with movable sashes.
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7 West Madison Street
Also recorded for this building:
developer, general contractor
Features & Amenities
- City landmark