The greatest concentration of Chicago mansions was found on the North Side, in particularly, in the Gold Coast on Lake Shore Drive, State Parkway, Dearborn Parkway, and Astor Street, which is where you will find the Patterson-McCormick Mansion, on the corner of Burton Place. Designed in 1892 by architect Stanford White, of McKim, Mead & White, the four-story Italian Renaissance palazzo was built as a wedding gift from Chicago Tribune publisher Joseph Medill (1823-1899) for his daughter, Elinor, who married Tribune editor Robert Wilson Patterson (1850-1910). In 1914, Cyrus Hall McCormick II (1859-1936) purchased the mansion and in 1927 he hired architect David Adler (1882-1949) to add an addition, doubling the size. In 1978, the mansion was converted into nine condominiums.
The McCormick Mansion Condos for Sale ~ 1500 North Astor Street
Gold Coast- Exquisite Astor Street! Priced Below Market! Do Not Miss This! The Historic Patterson-mccormick Mansion Was Designed In 1891 By Stanford White And Expanded By David Adler In The 1920s. This Full 3rd Floor Residence Offers 3700 Sf Of Ch...
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