UIC Administration Building
Structure in general
university institutional office
- Tallest building on the west side of Chicago.
- The tallest building designed by S.O.M. partner Walter Netsch, a major modernist architect responsible for the "Field Theory" and famous structures such as the Northwestern University Library.
- Originally connected by concrete elevated walkways to other buildings on the campus. The openings for the walkways can still be seen on the 2nd floor.
- Tapers outward in two stages, making it 20 feet wider at the top than at the bottom.
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601 South Morgan Street
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