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This is a set of apartments with the lower storey being car parking. The building architecture, which resembles 2 corn cobs, is quite interesting and attracts any person in the vicinity to pay a closer look to it at least once.
The interior apartments are pie slices shaped due to being in a round building. The Blue Brothers drove their car off one of the levels of parking garage on the lower levels of the building. Great architecture right along the river where many other great...More
Do you unusual design of this building means that every apartment whether a studio one, two, or three bedroom or pie shaped.
It was designed to show how people in an urban area should live, what is most interesting is the garage. It would almost...More
Marina City is a distinctly Chicago structure, comprised of two 65-stormy towers on the north side of the Chicago River. The unique buildings with parking on floors 1-19 and apartments on floors 20-60 resemble corn cobs. Anyone who lives or works in the loop knows...More
We took an architecture tour of Marina City. It was interesting to hear the history around the building of the structure. In addition to the tall residential "corn cob" buildings the complex of Marina City includes the structure that now is the House of Blues,...More
You will definitely see these buildings if you take an architectural tour river cruise. Built between 1964-1968, these are mixed use residential and commercial buildings. At river level, they function as a small marina.
As we were driving into the city, I first noticed this building....the cars below and apartments above....ODD!!! On my Big Bus Tour today, I learned that these 2 buildings were designed to be complete cities...CLEVER!!! Our tour guide said that only 2 cars had fallen...More