Hoods quiz -- Sept. 21

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Name the first high-rise built in the New East Side.

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I'm not 100% sure, but is it the Park Millennium?

The first high-rise built on the New East Side was the "Old Republic Building" built in 1925.

Prudential Building

The first high-rise built in the New East Side was Outer Drive East.

The Shoreham at Lakeshore Drive

One Prudential Plaza completed in 1955.

Home Insurance Building should be the first skyscraper

Is it the AON building or Prudential

Prudential Building.

Adolph Hegewisch I don't remember why but he had grand plans to make Hegewisch similar to Pullman.

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