Venue Spotlight: Historical Spaces
Located in the Historic District of Logan Square, a 2 1/2 mile area full of the some of the city’s oldest buildings stands the Stan Mansion. Dating back to 1928, this space has a lot of unique qualities to offer. We always love when we get to be apart of another historical yet elegant event within this venue. The Stan Mansion can seat up 300 people and accommodate up 430 guests for a cocktail style reception. The possibilities are endless with this space!
Located forty floors above Chicago’s financial district is a 7,000 sq foot space. From floor to ceiling, The Library is filled with over 50,000 volumes of old law books. Surrounded by panoramic views of the city. This space can hold up 140 guests seated or 200 guests standing. Perfect for small, intimate weddings, cocktail receptions or corporate holiday parties.
Dating back to 1913, this mansion was built in Oak Park on 2.2 acres of land. It is both elegant and timeless with three seperate spaces for event activities to be held. Including a beautiful outdoor garden for ceremonies. The mansion can hold up 150 guests seated but they do allow tents to accommodate larger parties outdoors. We always look forward to caterer an event at this stunning location.
Built in the last 1800’s the Chicago Cultural Center has been the official venue for the Mayor of Chicago to welcome presidents and other political figures. When it’s not hosting private political affairs, it makes for a beautiful wedding venue. The detailing within this building is truly breathtaking. It’s most known for the Tiffany Dome located in the Preston Bradley Hall. We’ve catered countless weddings and special events in this space and always love working with their event staff.