Why You'll Love This Place
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- It's one of Chicago's oldest surviving structures. Built in 1872 and originally serving as a furniture manufacturer for retailers rebuilding after the Great Fire, it's been artfully and lovingly restored, and is now home to a collection of businesses and innovative event spaces.
- An enormous skylight runs the length of the main event room, which also boasts brick walls, exposed rafters and ductwork, and an open-concept kitchen. There's an outdoor terrace, too, just right for ceremonies or al fresco cocktails.
- They offer cool options for out-of-the-box celebrations designed with social-distance regulations in mind, including a "Sun and Moon" wedding day, where your out-of-town guests can participate via video conference on an eight-foot screen!
Prices: What's this going to cost?
- Rental fee varies depending on:
- Guest count
- Event duration
- Package chosen
|Meetings||Total meeting capacity for this venue is 200.|
- Wedding Receptions
- Rehearsal Dinner
- Special Events / Parties
- Business Functions / Meetings
- Late Night
- LGBTQ+ Friendly
$ • $$
Clean up staff required for all BYO Catering.
BYO with Licensed Bartending Company.
Buildings, other structures, and natural settings available at this venue:
- Banquet Hall / Events Facility
- Historic / Landmark Building
- Loft / Warehouse / Industrial
- Patio / Deck / Terrace
- Penthouse / Rooftop
Peep the views you’ll enjoy from this venue!
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