WIN: 2023 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards from Landmarks Illinois

THE OLD POST OFFICE: AWARD FOR ADAPTIVE REUSE
The largest adaptive reuse project in the nation – led by 601W Companies, JLL, Telos, BEAR Construction and Gensler – transformed the long threatened, abandoned former post office in Chicago’s Loop into a hub or retail and office space featuring Art Deco features and modern amenities. Photo credit: Eric Allix Rogers
TRIBUNE TOWER: AWARD FOR ADAPTIVE REUSE
The former home to the Chicago Tribune newspaper and its media companies has been converted into a one-of-a-kind residential building by Golub & Company and CIM Group. The reuse celebrates the historic character of the nearly century-old, Neo-Gothic skyscraper that makes it one of Chicago’s most treasured landmarks. Photo credit: Tribune Tower Residences
BRONZEVILLE LEGENDS, AWARD FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE PRESERVATION
Bronzeville Legends is a curated multi-site placemaking campaign that uses large-scale murals featuring past Bronzeville residents like jazz great Louis Armstrong and playwright Lorraine Hansberry to celebrate the rich heritage of the South Side neighborhood. Photo credit: Jimilita Tillman / Bronzeville Legends Initiative

Learn more about the 30th Anniversary 2023 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards

Tribune Tower, Old Post Office win awards for adaptive reuse, Loop North News, Steven Dahlman, 9/15/23

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