2229 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago IL 60613
- (312) 500-1492
The Zephyr Chicago is both a modern and historic wedding venue located in Chicago, Illinois. Situated in the city’s urban center, this impressive building offers couples a flexible and visually appealing space to celebrate your next event. We are one block walk from McCormick Place.
This 6,500-square-foot indoor venue has an open-concept floor plan, providing a dynamic space to suit any event. Its interior design is characterized by its refined and on-trend industrial-style structural elements. Brick-laid walls compliment deep-wood flooring with ample natural light pouring in from the elevated ceilings above. Stylish lounge areas offer guests a comfortable place to connect amidst the celebrations. Green rooms are available with the rental. The facilities are wheelchair accessible with an elevator lift on the premises. The building also features designated pet-friendly areas. Nearby to the venue lies a number of hotels for guests requiring overnight accommodation.
The staff at The Zephyr are dedicated to executing stunning and unforgettable occasions. Clients are invited to hire their preferred vendors with an open-door policy regarding outside food and drinks. Various event rental options cover seating and lighting requirements and even include an entertainment option in the form of an interactive photo booth. Other notable services provided at The Zephyr include:
On-site WiFi connection,
Event setup and cleanup,
Valet parking and shuttle services,
Event planning assistance,
Decorative rental items,
The Zephyr Chicago has been a part of the National Register of Historic Places since 2002. One of the 55 historic structures included in Chicago’s Motor Row, this venue has previously been the site of a bustling motor vehicle marketplace. The Haynes-Apperson Company sold one of the country’s first automobile models right on the property. Later on, Lincoln took up residence, the sole manufacturer of the Zephyr car. Today, this well maintained and rehabilitated building features interior space that is heavily influenced by its American past, though now with a contemporary twist.