Recently I had occasion to kill some time on the “Miracle Mile” of Michigan Ave. in Chicago. I wish I’d had my Sony camera with me, but as it was, I managed to get some decent photos using the camera on my cellphone. Most of them are more like facades than just doors.
Dylan’s Candy Bar
Façade of a fancy store and mall – I liked its modern glassy look and geometric patterns with the yellow trees in front.
Brooks Brothers, on the first floor of the historic Allerton Hotel
Tiffany & Co.
The historic Chicago Water Tower
Building near the water tower
Entrance to Lookingglass Theatre (at the water tower)
Michael Jordan’s Steak House (next to the hotel)
This building is actually at the end of Navy Pier. It used to house UIC (University of Illinois Chicago) until they built a new campus on the south side. I can just imagine students going in and out of these doors and milling around the end of the pier.
This last building is actually on the north side, in the neighborhood called Edgewater, near where our daughter lives. I’m including it because it’s such an interesting building!
Posted for Norm’s Thursday Doors.