People tend to check in during these times:
The exterior of The Rookery Building stood in as the police station which housed Eliot Ness's Treasury agents in The Untouchables (1987).
Some more of my backyard...what's yours?
Must take the tour to see the staircase unless you know someone who works in the building
The police HQ of Eliot Ness in The Untouchables.
This is the oldest standing high-rise in town.
Go up the spiral staircase and look down - it's awesome!
Art of Imagination does amazing work here for weddings and events.
security won't let you set up a tripod in the interior! Boo!!!
One of the few remaining Chicago “skyscrapers” from the end of the 19th century, author Dominic Smith features this wonderful building in his novel BRIGHT AND DISTANT SHORES http://bit.ly/oM5tmC
Birds uses to nest inside of the walls - that's why it's called the Rookery
Free 30 min tour on Monday and Friday!
Frank Lloyd did the right thing here
Built in 1888 by Chicago architectural office of Burnham and Root the twelve story Rookery is considered the oldest standing high-rise in Chicago. The lobby was remodeled in 1905 by Frank L. Wright