By Sally A. Kitt Chappell, PhD. Hailed as the “largest and finest apartment building in Chicago” by the Chicago Tribune in 1926, 3750 North Lake Shore Drive exemplifies the skill of architect Robert Seeley De Golyer. De Golyer was one of the most prolific designers of the 1920s, one of Chicago’s greatest building periods. He… Read more »
If you know CPR, are a certified lifeguard, nurse, doctor or have other potential life saving skills that you would be willing to use during an emergency, please email email@example.com or let Drago know. We are compiling a list of neighbors who would be willing to be called upon in case of an emergency situation…. Read more »
October is Fire Safety Month
Just a friendly reminder: It’s time to change the batteries in your apartment smoke alarms. Then check to make sure they are functioning properly. Building staff will check hallway smoke detectors. You also might want to consider acquiring a fire blanket (available from multiple sources online priced from $30 to $250 depending on size and type)…. Read more »
“Meet the Candidates” Night
You are cordially invited to “Meet the Candidates” on Thursday, October 10th at 7:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Room. This meeting will provide an opportunity for Shareholders to become better acquainted with the Candidates for Board election.
You’re About to Get a Great New Lobby!
It’s difficult to miss the evidence that the 3750 Lake Shore Drive lobbies, public spaces and first-floor corridors are in the midst of being updated. After more than a year of committee meetings, shareholder suggestions and public input, work has begun, carpet has been ordered, light fixtures are in house and things are beginning to… Read more »
A glimpse of 3750 LSD in a NYT video
You’ll have to look closely (about 3.5 minutes into the video), but there’s our beautiful building! It appears in in “Paraíso” (Paradise), a documentary about immigrant window cleaners’ work in Chicago. View it here: http://nyti.ms/17K2tD0
The views from 3750 apartments are unsurpassed in their beauty as winter moves toward spring.