Interior Wasteland

In doing some housekeeping on my outstanding blog entries, I came across this one that I neglected to post back in August–

Lynn Becker’s blog on Chicago architecture has a fascinating glimpse into the slow death of an indoor mall just steps off Michigan Avenue. At the very least it looks like an interesting photo op.

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1 Response

  1. That’s a fascinating story. I met someone in front of the building when I came into the city but never realized how empty it was. I wonder, also, about Saks thriving. They have a place here in downtown Pittsburgh. It’s the emptiest store I’ve ever been in. They don’t seem to do a good job picking real estate.

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