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The Arcade's
History

The Boulevard Arcade opened in 1906 and was designed by prominent Oak Park architect E.E. Roberts. The one-story Prairie-style structure featured a brick façade, cast iron columns and distinctive transom art glass.

The Arcade's
History
The Arcade's
History

In 1922, Chicago architect Arthur Jacobs designed a second story, transforming the building into a multi-tenant, indoor shopping arcade devoted specifically to women.

In 1922, Chicago architect Arthur Jacobs designed a second story, transforming the building into a multi-tenant, indoor shopping arcade devoted specifically to women.

The Arcade's
History
The Arcade's
History

Designated an Oak Park Landmark in 2007, the façade was restored in 2008 by co-owners Paul and Leah Beckwith and Rick and Laura Talaske to approximate the 1922 design.

Designated an Oak Park Landmark in 2007, the façade was restored in 2008 by co-owners Paul and Leah Beckwith and Rick and Laura Talaske to approximate the 1922 design.

The Arcade's
History
The Arcade's
History

Today, the Arcade still boasts the brilliances of it’s past, including exquisite tin ceilings, iron staircases, terrazzo flooring, and hardwood frames and doors. The main conference room features a spectacular working vault door, where in its heyday as a mall, resident merchants safely secured high priced garments period.

Today, the Arcade still boasts the brilliances of it’s past, including exquisite tin ceilings, iron staircases, terrazzo flooring, and hardwood frames and doors. The main conference room features a spectacular working vault door, where in its heyday as a mall, resident merchants safely secured high priced garments.

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The Arcarde’s
History

The Boulevard Arcade opened in 1906 and was designed by prominent Oak Park architect E.E. Roberts. The one-story Prairie-style structure featured a brick façade, cast iron columns and distinctive transom art glass.

The Arcarde’s
History

In 1922, Chicago architect Arthur Jacobs designed a second story, transforming the building into a multi-tenant, indoor shopping arcade devoted specifically to women.

The Arcarde’s
History

Designated an Oak Park Landmark in 2007, the façade was restored in 2008 by co-owners Paul and Leah Beckwith and Rick and Laura Talaske to approximate the 1922 design.

The Arcarde’s
History

Today, the Arcade still boasts the brilliances of it’s past, including exquisite tin ceilings, iron staircases, terrazzo flooring, and hardwood frames and doors. The main conference room features a spectacular working vault door, where in its heyday as a mall, resident merchants safely secured high priced garments.

The Boulevard Arcade opened in 1906 and was designed by prominent Oak Park architect E.E. Roberts. The one-story Prairie-style structure featured a brick façade, cast iron columns and distinctive transom art glass.
In 1922, Chicago architect Arthur Jacobs designed a second story, transforming the building into a multi-tenant, indoor shopping arcade devoted specifically to women.
Designated an Oak Park Landmark in 2007, the façade was restored in 2008 by co-owners Paul and Leah Beckwith and Rick and Laura Talaske to approximate the 1922 design.
Today, the Arcade still boasts the brilliances of it’s past, including exquisite tin ceilings, iron staircases, terrazzo flooring, and hardwood frames and doors. The main conference room features a spectacular working vault door, where in its heyday as a mall, resident merchants safely secured high priced garments period.

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