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333 N. Michigan Ave.


333 N. Michigan Ave.




Sat, Oct 19: 10am - 5pm

Sun, Oct 20: 10am - 5pm

Long Lines Photography Permitted Refreshments Available Washrooms Available Wheelchair Accessible


Holabird & Root, 1928



This Art Deco skyscraper is one of four landmarks flanking the Michigan Avenue bridge, characterized by upper-level setbacks conforming to a then-new zoning law. The building's long and narrow profile and solid massing are thought to pay tribute to the Monadnock - and also make great use of natural lighting. The building's famous Tavern Club claimed regulars including Frank Lloyd Wright, Carl Sandburg and William Wrigley. A recent $50 million renovation has ushered in LEED Silver certification and a full-floor amenity suite with a new Tavern Club lounge, conference and fitness facilities, and more.

Visitor Experience

Pass through the sumptuous Art Deco lobby and visit both the original 26th floor Tavern Club space (now home of Eastlake Studio) and the new 4th floor Tavern Club lounge. Enjoy great views overlooking the river and Magnificent Mile.