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Published on Oct 18, 2012
Milton Schwartz was a modernist architect best known for buildings like the Hotel 71 on Wacker Drive and the now-demolished Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. But when the Chicago architect was just 29 years old, he created one of the city's slickest modernist buildings—320 W. Oakdale. Chicago magazine's Dennis Rodkin takes you inside.