And How to Obtain The Book
The long awaited new Chicago Apartments.
By Megan McKinney
We have been waiting since early last spring for the superb new edition of Chicago Apartments: A Century and Beyond of Lakefront Luxury, Neil Harris’ exquisite book with Teri Edelstein. At last, the book has been shipped to selected book stores and online sources; you will find a list of these suppliers at the end of this article.
What a marvelous opportunity this will be for each of us to take advantage of the continuing lull in outside distractions and to settle in to experience the 2004 book, now expanded with the richness of carefully selected additions.
Neil Harris’ first Chicago Apartments, 2004.
Although last spring we presented a sampling of some of the new edition’s stunning added buildings, here is another look at several of them.
The Legacy at dusk
The Legacy bath.
The Legacy sauna.
THE LEGACY | 60 East Monroe Street | Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Nº9 WALTON | 9 West Walton Place | Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture
30 WEST OAK
30 WEST OAK | Booth Hansen
2550 NORTH LAKEVIEW AVENUE
2550 NORTH LAKEVIEW AVENUE | LINCOLN PARK | Lucien Lagrange Studio
ONE BENNETT PARK
ONE BENNETT PARK | 451 East Grand Avenue 514 N. Peshtigo Court | Robert A. M. Stern Architects
Because most bookstores remain closed, below is a list of some ways—in addition to ordering from Amazon—to buy the book:
Neil Harris with Teri J. Edelstein, Chicago Apartments: A Century and Beyond of Lakefront Luxury, Chicago:
The University of Chicago Press, 2020
57th Street Books |The Seminary Co-op
You may order a copy signed by the authors from Seminary Co-op at no extra charge. When you order your book, scroll down to the box: ORDER COMMENTS and indicate there that you want a copy signed by the authors of the book.
The store has free curbside pickup and some delivery and mail order, both for a charge.
The University of Chicago Press
The Rosenberg Bookstore at The Newberry Library
60 W Walton St. 60610
The bookstore is on the first floor of the Library.
The Book Stall
811 Elm St, Winnetka, IL 60093 Front door pickup
Barnes and Noble
Some stores have in-store pickup
Edited by Amanda K. O’Brien
Photography Courtesy of University of Chicago Press; Dave Burk, Photographer, Hedrich Blessing; Cable Studios and Booth Hansen; © William Zbaren, Lucien Lagrange Studio; Robert A. M. Stern Architects, LLP, and Related Midwest.