Address430 South Michigan Avenue
ArchitectLouis Sullivan & Dankmar Adler
Sq. Footage 610,000
Floors10 stories, with an 18-story tower
Building DescriptionThe Auditorium Building holds a place of high honor in Chicago and architectural history. It came to exemplify "organic architecture" and it's commission that launched the firm of Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan - subsequent leaders of the Chicago School. The granite 18 story building encompasses the grand Auditorium Theater, the Louis Sullivan Room, Fainman Lounge, the ornate onyx and mosaic lobby with grand staircase, the Ganz Orchestra Hall, the Roosevelt Library situated in the former Dinning Room of the Hotel, to stained glass in the stairwells and beautiful tile floors.
Year Joined the Retrofit Chicago Energy ChallengeMarch 2014