The Real Deal: Preservationists push to save Chicago’s Century, Consumers towers

The Real Deal: Preservationists push to save Chicago’s Century, Consumers towers. “Preservationists fighting to save a pair of century-old downtown Chicago office towers say the buildings can escape the wrecking ball by housing historic records. Using the 22-story Century Building and 16-floor Consumers Building to store archives makes sense because they wouldn’t pose a security threat to the adjacent Dirksen Federal Courthouse, Crain’s reported, citing Ward Miller, head of Preservation Chicago, which is leading the Chicago Collaborative Archive proposal.”

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