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The Lexington Hotel, Michigan Ave and 22nd, 1920, Chicago.

The Lexington is famous for once housing Al Capone’s offices and the site in 1986 where Geraldo Rivera embarassingly televised the “opening” of Capone’s vaults to an empty space filled with debris. View Larger

calumet412:

The Lexington Hotel, Michigan Ave and 22nd, 1920, Chicago.

The Lexington is famous for once housing Al Capone’s offices and the site in 1986 where Geraldo Rivera embarassingly televised the “opening” of Capone’s vaults to an empty space filled with debris.


Ten Things to Expect When You Move to Chicago

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Whether you are coming from a small town or a big city on the coast, to get an eduction or try out a new job, to meet new people or experience a change of scenery — moving to Chicago is an adjustment. Even moving from the suburbs to The Loop is a culture shock, and you might not even realize it until a year from now. No matter what your circumstance may be, these are some unexpected, kind-of-frightening, incredibly cool things that you’re guaranteed to experience while you stay in the Windy City.

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