Chicago Landmarks

North Chicago Hospital Building

Front elevation     Address: 2551 N. Clark St.
Year Built: 1928 - 1929
Architect: Meyer J. Strum
Date Designated a Chicago Landmark: May 13, 2009

Scrolled keystone with swag Arched pediment at window head Located in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, the North Chicago Hospital Building stands as an elegant visual anchor along one of the North Side's busiest commercial thoroughfares. The eight-story limestone-clad building was designed in the Italian Renaissance Revival style, and its main fašade has a wealth of elegant Classical ornament, including pediments and rusticated stonework. Built to house a small neighborhood hospital, the building exemplifies the history of hospitals and their design in Chicago's outlying neighborhoods.

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