Mundelein College Building

Mudelein College Building
  1. About the Mundelein College Building in Chicago
    1. Building Catalogations
  2. Architect and team
  3. Architectureal style
  4. Spaces and uses
  5. Structure and materials

The Mundelein College Building is an Art-deco skyscraper designed by Naime Fisher and built between 1929 and 1931, for a reported $1.50 million dollars, in Chicago, IL.

Mundelein College Building is not the only name you might know this building by though. The building is, or has also been known as Mudelein Center.

Its precise street address is 1020 W. Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL. You can also find it on the map here.

The Mundelein College Building is a structure of significant importance both for the city of Chicago and the United States as a nation. The building embodies the distinctive characteristic features of the time in which it was built and the Art Deco style. Because of that, the Mundelein College Building was officially declared as a national landmark Invalid Date.

The building underwent a major restoration between 2007 and 2013. The architect commissioned to undertake this restoration was Baranski Hammer Moretta & Sheehy Architects .

Building's timeline