From the American Institute of Architects comes a definitive overview of the architectural landmarks of Chicago, the birthplace of modern architecture, offering a detailed description of more than one thousand diverse buildings, along with suggested walking or driving tours. Original.SHERMAN PARK FIELD HOUSE 19 1 Sherman Park W. 52nd St. to Garfield Blvd ., S. Racine Ave. to S. Loomis St. ... This sixty-acre oasis achieves the pastoral qualities of much larger parks by the gentle berm- ing of its perimeter, which creates a tranquil spot focusing on a large lagoon. ... At an intake crib three miles out into the lake, fresh water enters a tunnel running to the South District Filtration Plant.
|Title||:||AIA Guide to Chicago|
|Author||:||Alice Sinkevitch, Laurie McGovern Petersen|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2004|