A landmark building nestled in Chicago’s Wicker Park

If the walls could talk at The Mitz™, they would bathe us with a unique story of immigration, social policy and the architecturalheritage of Chicago. Built in 1918, one of 3 remaining municipal bath houses, this landmark is the most architecturally ornate of the 19 facilities commissioned. The building is the crown jewel in the architecturally significant and socially creative neighborhood of Wicker Park.Today, this landmark bath house has been reimagined into an multi-use space- hosting offsite meetings, workshops, tastings and intimate corporate events.

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