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  • The Illinois Historic Site Advisory Council unanimously recommended the idea of approving the Amerock Building to be added to the U.S. National Register of Historical Place. These recommendations...
  • Built in 1930 to serve as the headquarter of the Rockford Register-Republic morning newspaper, this structure almost looks the same now as it had looked 80-years earlier. Located on the banks of ...
  • One of the most picturesque and favorite buildings in Rockford, YMCA, located in downtown Rockford, just south of the Sinnissippi Park. Funded locally, it serves the philosophy and practice of an...
  • Packed with a wealth of early 20th century Art Deco buildings, the Supply Core Building is one such 7-storey structure located within the historic downtown Rockford. Presently, this commercial bu...
  • Built in 1903, this Neo-classical building, then known as ‘The Evans Building’ was originally designed by the Architect George Miller. However, this building struggled through a devas...
  • Also known as the ‘Heberling Building’, this structure was originally built by the Bloomington businessman Samuel R. White in 1894-1895. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Histor...
  • One of the tallest dormitories in the world, this structure is a student residence hall at the Illinois State University. This 28-storey high-rise complex standing at a height of 91-meters is hom...
  • Founded in 1922, as a mutual automobile insurance company, the main firm headquartered within this building specializes in auto insurance services available for farmers. This impressive structure...
  • With a unique architecture and comfortable chairs, this is a great venue loved by the fans for basketball games. The huge dome shaped indoor arena of the Assembly Hall makes it an ideal location ...
  • Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1996, this Classic-Revival Chicago-style was built in 1916. Designed by English Brothers, Temple, & Harry Roberts, this property is ...
  • Ideally located at the center of Champaign-Urbana areas, this is a 12-storey high-rise office building with flexible and expandable floor-plans. One of the most visible buildings in the Champaign...
  • Located in the University District, this 20-storey high-rise building was formerly known by several names including the Champaign Hilton, Century 21, Quality Inn, University Inn and the President...
  • Situated between the school and convent on one side and the rectory on the other, the imposing façade of this church is built in the Greek-Revival style. The sanctuary is expansive and opu...
  • This imposing red-brick modern courthouse structure serving the capital city of Illinois was built in 1991. Most Sangamon County department offices are now located in this secured complex buildin...
  • Located within the historic downtown area of Springfield, this 30-storey Hilton Hotel structure features, 360 beautifully appointed guest rooms, each with a spectacular and panoramic view of the ...
  • This is a very famous landmark which is very well restored as a historic house. Built in 1904, it is a lovely piece of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and unfailingly presents a captivating and t...
  • The Railway Café is located in this cool landmark building, offering good food, coffee, and a friendly touristy atmosphere with some great guitar music in the background. With a friendly s...
  • Built in 1867, this handsome Italianate styled building operated as a bakery, store and hotel is a delightful and charming experience. It was once a favorite overnight stop of farmers within this...
  • Built by the city of Galena in the Greek Revival-style in 1845, it served as a City Hall and public market until about 1910. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this landmark...
  • This is a historic building which was built in 1867 when several local Galena firehouses joined together to form what we now have the ‘Galena Fire Department’. Listed in the U.S. Nati...
  • This landmark structure with amazing arched windows is located at Ashland Avenue. A rare spectacle, this 3-storey landmark bank atrium is a combination of raw space and fully built office spaces ...
  • This office building located in the Loop is also known as the United Building. Formerly known as the RR Donnelley Building, it rises to a height of 668-feet with 51-floors providing around 944,00...
  • The Hancock Observatory is housed on the 94th floor inside the fourth tallest building in United States it allows you to discover breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline. This...
  • This building opened as a showroom and factory for the Studebaker Company manufacturing a variety of horse-drawn vehicles way back in 1885. Later, this building came to be known as the ‘Car...