The most challenging part about your first visit to my office may be the trip to see me. Not because it’s hard to find, located along the Chicago Cultural Mile on 410 S. Michigan, but because there’s something about taking that first step out of your comfort zone that can be intimidating.
My office is unique and non-traditional, energized by the lively sounds of the musicians and artists whom this unique building serves. Even taking the elevators is a historic journey! The elevators in the Fine Arts Building (FAB) are one of the last in the city that are manually operated by an elevator attendant. NPR even did a piece where they rode the elevators and interacted with tenants. I’ve included a few pictures here so you can get a feel for the location and office. I think you’ll find that once you get here, you will feel comfortable and at ease. Find out more about the historic Fine Arts Building by clicking here.
Take the elevator to the ninth floor, walk straight down the hallway and make a left. If the door to the office (Suite 928) is closed, please take a seat on the bench or if you are feeling curious, take a walk around to explore what the Fine Arts Building has to offer or listen to the violin lessons next door. At your appointment time, I will greet you. We will sit down and have a conversation, get to know one another, and discuss whether we’d be a good fit going forward.
The first step is yours to take.
Give me a call at 312-248-3190 or schedule your appointment online when you’re ready to take that step.