3750 North Lake Shore Drive: Robert De Golyer’s Light-Filled, Lakefront Classic

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 »


    THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE ANCIENT MAYA VIRGINIA MILLER Professor Emerita, Department of Art History, University of Illinois-Chicago Hospitality Room Sunday, 2p, January 27th Reveling in the beaches and nightlife of Cancun and Playa del Carmen…   Sampling scuba diving in Belize…  How many of us have lolled in the sun  (or plan to) at… Read more »

  • 3750 NEWSLETTER – MARCH 2019

    3750 NEWSLETTER – MARCH 2019 by the Communications Committee Retiring… Carlos Tamez, one or our wonderful doormen, will be retiring on April 24th, just short of his 10 year anniversary.  Be sure to stop by and wish him well. Also in April… April 8th-14th Xfinity is hosting their annual “Watchathon” for their cable subscribers.  We will… Read more »

  • 3750 Speaker Series: Designing the New LaGuardia

    DESIGNING THE NEW LAGUARDIA PETER RUGGIERO Lead Designer, New York’s LaGuardia Airport Reconstruction Project Panoramic views of jets and gateways.   Natural light flooding all levels. Intuitive passenger navigation. World-class amenities.  This is NOT the LaGuardia Airport we know. But it IS the LaGuardia that will be. Later this year the first gates will open to… Read more »

  • Persian Pictorial Rugs

    Dear Friends, It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the Museum of the Red River, where we can share the knowledge and curatorial efforts of our good friend, Mehdy Douraghy. He has generously given his time and expertise to organize this wonderful exhibit. Working with a number of private collectors, Mehdy, supported by… Read more »

  • Yoga Classes

    Be our guest for a class to see if 3750 Yoga is for you. Monday & Thursday in the Hospitality Room 8-9:15am

  • The History of Kwa̱nu’sila, “The Thunder-Maker.” The Totem Pole at Addison Street and Lake Shore Drive.

    The History of Kwa̱nu’sila, “The Thunder-Maker.” The Totem Pole at Addison Street and Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois. Information below the break-line was provided by Wax̱a̱widi Chief William Wasden Jr., great-great-grandson of the original carver of the totem pole Kwa̱nu’sila that stood at Addison and Lake Shore Drive after the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago…. Read more »