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More Photos of the Art Deco Chicago Motor Club Building

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[Photo via ChicagoArchitecture.org]

The Chicago Motor Club building, a beautiful Art Deco gem, designed by Holabird and Root, built in 1928, and having been empty since 2004, is enjoying its renaissance. The three-story lobby can easily accommodate swanky affairs with its 67-seat cocktail bar and a 29-foot-wide road map mural by John Warner Norton. And if you try to forget what era the building honors, the original 1928 Ford Model A in the lobby won't let you.

Our friends at Chicago Architecture have provided more photos for our viewing enjoyment. Ready to pack your bags and stay awhile?

·Previous Chicago Motor Club coverage [Curbed Chicago]
·New Hotel Pix to Get Your Motor Running [Chicago Architecture]
·Chicago Motor Club Building [Forgotten Chicago]
·Hampton Inn Chicago Downtown/N Loop/Michigan Ave [Hampton Inn]