A David Adler House

Architects Henry Corwith Dangler and David Adler designed the timeless homes as a row of city residences for a group of their close friends who were significant artists, architects, and designers in Chicago society.


The Lakeview Avenue Row House District is a seamless set of four row homes built between 1915 & 1917.

Overlooking the northern end of Lincoln Park with beautiful skyline views makes this home a marvel. 


Each home is unique in detail, but together they reflect the quiet formality of London townhouses built during the late Georgian period of the 18th century.

The houses on Lakeview Avenue are an excellent example of a unique variation in style and form of a row house in Chicago

Courtesy of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks