About this artwork
Pace Associates, Inc. (successor to Neri & Sit, Inc.) were a Chicago, Illinois firm founded in 1946, including the principals Sam C. Sit, Charles Booher Genther, John F. Kausal, Jerome J. Neri, and M. Ali Yusuf. Major works include: Carman Hall Apartments, Illinois Institute of Technology, (1951-1953); College of Architecture, aka S.R. Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, (1956); 900-910 N. Lake Shore Drive, aka Esplanade Apartments, (1953-1956); 860-880 N. Lake Shore Drive (1949-1951); Promontory Apartments (1949) — all Chicago, Illinois, with Mies van der Rohe — and Algonquin Apartments, Chicago, IL (1950-1952).
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Contact the Ryerson and Burnham Art and Architecture Archives:
- Currently Off View
- AIC Archives
- Pace Associates (Architect)
- PACE Associates Records
- Made 1924–2009
- Correspondence, holograph papers, typescript papers, architectural drawings, architectural reprographic prints, maps, printed material, photographs, slides, and negatives.
- 1 oversize portfolio, and flatfile materials: H.: 221 cm (87 in.)
- Gift of Shirley B. Genther and Gene Genther, 2004; William McNeal, Jr., 2013.