2400 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago IL 60616
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Considered to be the largest, intact early “automobile row” in the U.S., Motor Row was home to as many as 116 different makers of automobiles including Ford, Buick, Fiat and Cadillac. Designed by architects such as Holabird & Roche, Philip Maher and Albert Kahn, the buildings demonstrate how the automobile showroom and related product and service buildings have evolved over time. The Motor Row District includes several buildings along the 1400-2500 blocks of S. Michigan Avenue, the 2200-3400 blocks of S. Indiana Avenue, and the 2200 block of S. Wabash Avenue.