Indow sponsored an after-hours celebration for Preservation Chicago and the Rust Belt Coalition of Young Preservationists during the National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference on November 15, 2017. The after-party celebrated the efforts and successes of the preservation community in Chicago, the Midwest and across the county.
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The well-attended event was held in the historic factory designed by Adler and Sullivan for Adolph Loeb in 1888. Located 111 W. Hubbard Street, this once industrial building, was later modified to apartments, and has since been transformed into a hip club called Celeste.
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