168 North Michigan in Chicago

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168 North Michigan
Formerly:Atlantic Bank Building
Formerly:Federal Life Building

168 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, The Loop 60601
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  • Floor space: 70,400 square feet
Notes
  • This building was built to 12 stories, but designed to eventually be expanded to 16 stories.
  • When it opened, the Federal Life Insurance Company occupied the top ten floors. The bottom two floors were rented out.
  • The east and west facades are clad in white terra cotta. The interior was originally finished in mahogany.
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There are three comments.

  My Grandfather & Father worked for Maremont at this building for many years 1950's-60's...

Blues Boy - Friday, February 10th, 2017 @ 3:50pm  

  I worked in this building for about 6 months working on the new catalog in the mid 70's. I was on temporary assignment from the R & D center in Carol Stream, IL.

Les Adams - Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 @ 10:33am  

  I worked for Maremont Corp. in the 1970s; this was the Maremont Building, their HQ until they sold the building and moved into the Standard Oil building.

Dan J. - Monday, November 30th, 2015 @ 9:08am