A novel opportunity is coming to Chicago residents this Sunday. A Lincoln Park mansion, known as Adler on Park, located at 2700 N Lakeview Avenue. The construction was designed by famed Chicago architects David Adler and Henry Dangler more than a century ago for Titanic survivor Emily Ryerson.
The mansion has been restored and has temporarily opened its door to the public. Tours of the mansion are being offered every weekend throughout May for a $65 admission, according to a news release. The 16,000-square-foot mansion has been thoughtfully restored and remodeled over the last eight years by a team of 40 designers. The mansion has been split into two residences and both are currently on the market.
According to the announcement, Michael Hershenson Architects served as the project’s lead architect for the most recent renovations. The mansion has been a historic landmark since 2016.
As previously mentioned, tours are available throughout the month of May on Saturdays and Sundays between 10 am and 3 pm. There will also be special availability on Memorial Day between 10 am and 2 pm.
More information on the tours is available at Adler on the Park’s website.
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