Posts tagged "The Elysian"
I recently was fortunate enough to take a vacation to France, it was the first time I had been out of the country in a long time! I was impressed with the architectural style of many of the buildings in Paris, as in the example shown above. Then it struck me that through the influence... Read more »
Several of Chicago’s most famous churches are grouped closely together, between Delaware and Ontario to the North and South, and Michigan Avenue to Lasalle on the East and West. They include Fourth Presbyterian, the recently demolished Scottish Rite Cathedral on Dearborn and Walton, and two more cathedrals, St. James and Holy Name. Several high end... Read more »
I continue to be impressed with the Elysian building in Streeterville. Just look at it, the design is so impressive, and the restaurants are starting to get the attention they so richly deserve. Developer David Pisor thought of everything – even the spa is magnificent! The combination of Lucien Lagrange’s design skills and David’s... Read more »
With Theater Season coming on strong I can’t help but think about my friend Michael Morrison who passed away recently. He was such a strong supporter of the Steppenwolf Theater. He was chairman of the Real Estate division of Hopkins and Sutter and counted a close knit group of many of Chicago’s top legal... Read more »