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The Wrigley Building, Chicago. Credit: Jon Miller for Hedrich Blessing

 
     
 

THE WRIGLEY BUILDING
Celebrating a Revitalized Chicago Icon

 

Landmarks Illinois’ Real Estate and Building Industry Council (RBIC) celebrated the revitalization of The Wrigley Building at a cocktail reception on Wednesday, October 23.

 

The RBIC award was presented to The Wrigley Building owners; a consortium of investors led by BDT Capital Partners that includes Zeller Realty Group, with Eric Lefkofsky and Brad Keywell personally, as minority investors. View event photos on Facebook.

 

The Wrigley Building was designed by Charles Beersman, lead architect for Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, a successor to Daniel Burnham’s legendary practice. Beersman’s design fuses French Renaissance and Spanish Revival styles with an American twist. Read more…

    

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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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