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Our Massive Gallery Of Stunning Architecture From Open House Chicago

By Rachel Cromidas in Arts & Entertainment on Oct 17, 2016 5:43PM

Thousands of Chicagoans and visitors from outside the city made there way to over 200 local architectural sites this weekend for the annual celebration that is Open House Chicago.

We made a point of visiting some of our favorite sites, known for their architectural significance to the city and sweeping views, as well as some new stops that we'd been dying to see. From McCormick Place's little-known rooftop farm to the gorgeous garden atrium tucked inside an Englewood senior center to the Aon Center's 360 views of Chicago's skyline, Open House Chicago is an unmissable opportunity to get an inside look some of Chicago's hard-to-access cultural gems.

Check out our massive gallery of Bertrand Goldberg's River City apartments, views from near the top of the Aon Center (one of the most popular sites this year, according to organizers), Englewood's historic Yale Building, and so much more.