Chicago Public Library Bucktown Wicker Park Branch in Chicago

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Chicago Public Library Bucktown Wicker Park Branch

1701 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, Bucktown 60647
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Timeline
  • July 10, 2006: This branch opened to the public.
Notes
  • This was the 20th LEED-certified building erected by the City of Chicago.
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  Probably intended as a nod to the Prairie School, but compromising the essentially horizontal character of that style. Still, a distinctive and rather handsome building. The red brick is, as red brick tends to be, friendly and humanizing.

Alan Follett - Friday, September 21st, 2012 @ 9:04pm