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Gibbons & Steger Buildings – “Infinite” Apartments, Chicago

 
     
 

GIBBONS & STEGER BUILDINGS – “INFINITE” APARTMENTS
Real Estate & Building Industries Council 2014 Award Honoring

Thursday, October 23, 2014
5:30 to 7:30 P.M.
28 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago


Landmarks Illinois’ Real Estate and Building Industry Council (RBIC) will celebrate the revitalization of the Gibbons & Steger Buildings – “Infinite” Apartments at a cocktail networking reception.
 
Designed by the distinguished architectural firm of Marshall & Fox, the Gibbons and Steger Buildings are once again alive and energetic, repurposed for residential living at the center of Chicago’s largest higher education campus. The 1912 red brick Gibbons Building was built as an office building with street-level retail for W. M. Gibbons. Read more…

 

Reservations

 

$100 Private Sector

$75 Non-profits and Public Sector

 


 

RSVP by October 17th

Business attire – Space is limited

 
Sponsorship Form
 

RBIC 2014 Sponsorship Form

 

Presenting Sponsor

 

 

Steger Concert Grand Piano

 

 

Steger Baby Grand Piano

 

First Bank of Highland Park

Ginsberg Jacobs

Polsinelli PC

   
 

The purpose of the Real Estate and Building Industries Council (RBIC), which was established in 1993, is to involve the leaders of the construction, development, and real estate industries in the activities of Landmarks Illinois, in order to help better promote the reuse and rehabilitation of historic structures. Read more…

 
     

 

 

 

 

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