• Monthly Update May 2022

    UPDATES, REMINDERS, NEWS AND NOTICES FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE…

  • News April 2022

    PARTY, PARTY, PARTY  On March 31, 3750 had the biggest crowd of attendees for a party in the Garden Court in recent memory.  Pizza and drinks for 100-120 people…

  • 3750 News March 2022

    3750 N. LAKE SHORE DRIVE MARCH, 2022 IMPORTANT UPDATES AND REMINDERS FROM THE BOARD Apartment 1H. (Guest Suite) Work on the Guest Suite has been proceeding and we’re now hoping that the suite will be ready for its first guests by the second week in April.  Drago will be keeping the calendar for reservations which may be made up to 60 days in advance. The daily rate will be $150.

  • 3750 News February 2022

    SOME GOOD NEWS TODAY… IMPORTANT UPDATES AND REMINDERS FROM THE BOARD Yes, masks are still in place at 3750…BUT ONLY FOR A FEW MORE DAYS!!! WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?  Effective Monday, February 28, 2022 the city and the state are both ending mask and vaccine card mandates.  At 3750 that means that masks will no longer be required in any of the public spaces:  elevators, corridors, entrances, lobbys, garden court, laundry room and exercise areas.

  • 3750 News January 2022

    GOING UP! The service elevator project is ready to move forward. Project is planned to begin end of March. GUEST SUITE PROGRESS: Electric work has been completed. Tile work is almost done. Next week the flooring contractor will install vinyl planking in the living area and bedroom. The lovely tile to the left is a sneak peek at what’s in store. Jerry Hocker (10B) is spearheading the project.  No opening day. Yet…  

  • Sally Chappell – Professional Biography & Remembrances

    Sally Chappell – Professional Biography and Remembrances   Sally A. Kitt Chappell’s broad range includes architectural history, travel essays, poetry, and literary criticism. While a professor of art history at DePaul University in Chicago she published several books and articles, including “Architecture and Planning of Graham, Anderson, Probst and White,” (University of Chicago Press), which won the Association of American Publishers award for the best book in architecture and urban planning of 1992. Chappell’s ground-breaking book “Cahokia: Mirror of the Cosmos” explored the interplay of landscape and culture. It was praised for “its luminous prose recounting the history of the place from its beginnings in the Mound Builder period to…