Completed in 1929, the Palmolive Building is among the premier buildings by Holabird & Root. Its construction served as an important milestone in establishing North Michigan Avenue as a leading commercial address. An indelible icon on the Chicago skyline, it has been celebrated in guidebooks and postcards, and admired by both tourists and lifelong city residents. In the foreground is the Old Water Tower that survived the Great Chicago Fire and became one of Chicago's main symbols.
11 x 14 inches
This image is also available as a 20" x 30" limited edition giclee reproduction, a notecard set and a 10" x 12" framed miniature poster.