Dearborn St Station
Second Franklin Building
A 1912 factory, this building shows the history of printing on its tiled facade. The roof slopes to allow for a huge skylight over the...
A classic 1891 design by Holabird & Roche, the Pontiac features the same flowing masonry surfaces as the architects’ famed Monadnock...
A snazzy renovation of this building, the 1886 headquarters for the legendary Linotype company, included the artful preservation of a...
The Jazz Showcase, set in a gorgeous room in historic Dearborn Station, is Chicago's top club for national names. In general, local...
Lou Malnati's is one of the city's premier deep-dish pizza makers. In fact, it claims to have invented the gooey behemoth (though that's...
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Dearborn St Station information
Once the Chicago terminal of the Santa Fe Railroad, this 1885 building used to be the premier station for trains to and from California. Today it sees the trains of parent-propelled strollers from the Dearborn Park neighborhood, built on the site of the tracks to the south.