Windsor Beach Apartments
7321 S. South Shore Dr.
Sat, Oct 15: 9am - 5pm
Sun, Oct 16: 9am - 5pm
Robert De Golyer, 1928
This 13-story co-operative building takes the shape of a Maltese Cross. It was designed by Robert De Golyer, who is known for his work in the Gold Coast. It was the last project developed by W. C. Bannerman. Bannerman was then run out of town after its financing was discovered to be a Ponzi scheme. Windsor Beach Apartments possesses its own private beach and offers dramatic views of Lake Michigan and the skyline. It has touches of Northern Italian design, including a cloistered loggia at the entrance, patterned brickwork and subtle terra cotta stringcourses and balconettes. The apartment building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Behind the Scenes
Visit the building's beautiful lobby and private beach.
The Chicago Architecture Foundation’s partnership with the South Shore community is sponsored by Allstate Insurance Company.