618 Building

618 S. Michigan, Chicago, IL, 60605

The 618 South Michigan Avenue building was designed by architect William Carbys Zimmerman in 1913. Known as the Arcade Building, the 10-story building sported a grid-like façade with large windows and minimal masonry and housed specialty shops, photographers, publishers and the American Red Cross. The seventh floor of this building was also home to Columbia College from 1927 until 1936 when it was associated with the Pestalozzi Froebel Teachers’ College.

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Roge Ramos

Roge Ramos left a positive review 5/14/2015

Non traditional, but very unique performance and I really enjoy it a lot.

Al Eddie Conk

Al Eddie Conk posted a photo 5/11/2015

Janet Harper

Janet Harper posted a photo 5/4/2015

Janet Harper

Janet Harper posted a photo 5/4/2015

Mendi & Keith Obadike, the artists Mendi & Keith Obadike, the artists

Janet Harper

Janet Harper posted a photo 5/4/2015

Mendi & Keith Obadike conducting research in the CBMR Library and Archives Mendi & Keith Obadike conducting research in the CBMR Library and Archives

Janet Harper

Janet Harper posted a photo 5/4/2015

Materials from the CBMR Archives and Library Materials from the CBMR Archives and Library

Janet Harper

Janet Harper posted a photo 5/4/2015

The Emancipation Proclamation The Emancipation Proclamation

Carlos Diaz

Carlos Diaz left a positive review 2/17/2015

Such an informative, fun time!

Andrew B. Harris

Andrew B. Harris left a positive review 8/27/2014

It was cool to meet people on campus who are Latino like me!

Heidi Klees

Heidi Klees left a review 5/15/2014

The fashion show was very professionally done and we were very happy with it. However, the rest was a bit of a disaster for us. We had a 4 hour trip to get there, and the students at the 'information desks' were not terribly helpful. My daughter is a prospective fashion design student so we were particularly interested in the launch, which we were told began at 1:00. We waited at the designated spot until someone noticed us and told us that it didn't start until 2:30, but we would have to watch it on the screen in the overflow area, because the tickets to the show were for students and parents ONLY! By this time, we apparently missed the outdoor show. Right before the 2:30 show began, a very kind student noticed us in the overflow and invited us in for the actual show since there were plenty of open seats. A huge thank you to that student, whoever she is because she salvaged the trip for us.

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