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The Robey Hotel

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Identification

The Robey Hotel
Tower Building, Coyote Building, Northwest Tower
117264

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
limestone
light brown dark green
art deco

Usages

hotel
restaurant

Facts

  • This isolated tower in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood is also known as the Coyote Building because its slender shape and corner spire resemble a coyote howling at the moon.
  • Namesake of a major annual arts fair, the "Around the Coyote" Festival.
  • Connected by a secret underground passageway to the 3-story building across the street at 2011 West North Avenue. During the 1920s the latter building was used as a brothel, and clients would use the tunnel to escape raids. The passage is currently boarded up.

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Location

1608 North Milwaukee Avenue
2000 West North Avenue
1608 North Milwaukee Avenue
60647
West Town
West Side
Chicago
Illinois
U.S.A.

Technical Data

186.00 ft
186.00 ft
186.00 ft
13
1928
2015

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