Lovely building I worked in there also it was in the movie the Untouchables. Al Capone was played by Robert Deniro.
1 - 10 of 225 reviews
We were able to check out the lobby area and the beautiful intricate work of marble and the glass ceiling. The beautiful staircase was calling my name but it was also posted as No visitors beyond this point. They were having a tour group go...More
On one of our walks from Union Station to the Hotel we stopped here at the Rookery. A notable architectural location right in the midst of office world. You can venture in and admire the unique glass, ceramic and tiles structured and if you choose...More
I really enjoy FLW's work, and i was looking forward to at least popping into the lobby of the Rookery. Unfortunately, when we got there, a sign was posted on the door that it was closed to the public, tenants were to use their keycard...More
walk in to see lobby area and all the wonderful details on marble and glass. Spectacular work. Glad they did not tear it down. great for early morning walk and vist.
A stunning building with wonderful detailing and use of material. The atrium renovation by Wright makes it even more of a must see.
Don't know that I'd make a special trip here. There are tours but we looked around on our own. I started talking to the security guard and he was kind enough to show us around and tell us some of the history of the building/atrium....More
Beautiful historic building. Pay $10 to take a short tour of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed lobby area to really appreciate the building for what it is.
Walk into this office building and you will find informative panels explaining the history of the building and the many architects including Frank Lloyd Wright, who redesigned the interior. Definitely worth a look.
I have been to the Rookery Tours twice.One given by the Architectural Foundation and one by the Frank Lloyd foundation. You need to book in advance and it it very worthwhile. Each tour is very diffirent in the places you go in the Rookery.