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As a store it does work Bloomingdale’s is famous for provide a variety of home furnishings that cater to almost every taste.
The building though is what makes this such an interesting site. From the dome on top To the detail on the façade and...More
This impressive building, originally designed by architects Huehl and Schmidt, was built in 1912-1913 as a place of assembly to host various social events - conventions, concerts, and circuses. Historically, it's known as Medinah Hall, or Medinah Temple, being a distinguished example of Moorish Revival...More
We stayed at the Acme Hotel and our room looked over this weird globe on the roof of Bloomie’s and we just had to check it out - an my what a piece of artwork that is! The store is great too with free coffee...More
Though the restoration is well done, I've always found it a bit odd to buy kitchen, towels, bedding under what is a perfect acoustic dome where Sir Georg Solti conducted the astounding Grammy-winning recordings of the Chicago Symphony.
I was most impressed by the customer service I received at the Bloomingale's Medinah Home Store. Sales associate took their time with you and did not rush. (That was great, though could be unfortunate if there were lots of shoppers, and not enough associates, although...More
The Bloomindale's store now occupies what was once the Medinah Shriner Temple, one of the coolest structures in downtown Chicago. It looks like something out of Aladdin, with distinctive Middle Eastern designs. Great windows and domed roof. Store staff are used to visitors entering just...More
While walking around Chicago and stopping at an intersection to wait for the crossing signal, I looked up to see a building with a very unique architecture. On investigation it turns out that it is now a Bloomingdales but started life as a Medinah Shiners...More