One of the biggest and list impressive building of chicago alongside Chicago River Whaouhhhh. That' s so big !!!
About Merchandise Mart
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Chicago's strongest connection to the Kennedy family (they used to own the Merchandise Mart), the building is worth taking a peek at if you're in the area. It is massive with incredibly long and ornate hallways. The building still contains many furniture and high-end appliance...More
A successful transfer to a more public place, a mix of offices and a food court.Maybe not wort a trip in itself
The building is gorgeous. The stairs up to the second floor are unique, stadium style for sitting and walking feels expansive and modern in the middle of all that marble! It's a nice place for a quick bite, but they could use more coffee options....More
We only came by to pick up an item from my husband's company's space. It is an amazing building with a lot of things to see from retailers. Didn't have a lot time to look around but seems like a place you could walk for...More
Came to find bargains, but this place is more for wholesale to retail clients. Years ago they used to have more available to the public. Historic building
The building takes up a whole city block and really sticks out, so you can't miss it, but it's almost all office space with some retail on the lower level. The brown line EL has a stop right at this building
Even if you have no reason to go in, it's a remarkable building to see. Make a point of it. How many times do you get to lay eyes on a hundred-year-old building that takes an entire city block, was the largest commercial building in...More
This is a must every year. Over 600 booths to shop - most are original artists. A great way to spend a day - grab lunch and have a great shopping experience.
Such an amazing way to learn about remodeling or building. EVERYTHING is there, including a great place for lunch. Went to the Sub Zero Wolfe and the Meile showrooms. WOW! great experiences