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Historic Village Landmark with Atrium & Studio

CrossFunction is a community of people from different areas working safely together. A place where history informs, design accelerates, and culture motivates professionals to be well and do great work. The Boulevard Arcade was originally designed as one-story prairie-style structure in 1906 by prominent Oak Park architect, E.E. Roberts. In 1922 a second story was added by Chicago architect, Arthur Jacobs and the building was transformed into a multi-tenant indoor shopping arcade devoted to women. In 2007 the building was restored to it's approximate the 1922 design and was officially dedicated an Oak Park Historical Landmark. Today, the arcade still boasts the brilliance of it's past, including exquisite tin ceilings, iron staircases, terrazzo flooring, and hardwood frames and doors. The main conference room features a spectacular working vault door, where in its heyday as a mall, resident merchants safely secured high priced garments. Like you, we are adapting to a new normal and sparing no effort to ensure the safety and well-being of our community. The iconic collection of 24 private offices, workspaces and studio at the Boulevard Arcade in Oak Park, IL are designed and equipped so we can work safely together.

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Private parking for 12 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property, Street

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Property size (sq ft):
11300 sq ft

Location Rules

No adult filming
No smoking
No pets
No cooking


Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area


High Ceiling
Ornate Ceiling
Conference Room/Boardroom
Dining Hall/Cafeteria
Front Desk
Studio Space/Equipment
Glass Doors
Sliding Doors
Wood Doors
Carpet Floor
Dark Wood Floor
Stone Floor
Creative Space/Startup
Brick Walls
Colored Walls
White Walls
Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
Picture/Stationary Windows
Transom Window

Crew access

Street Level
Exact location provided after booking