100 E. from 950 N. to 12628 S.
Named for Lake Michigan
Michigan is an Algonquin word for "great water."
Original name was Water Street, then Sycamore Street.
12 N. Michigan Avenue John M. Smyth Company
126 N. Michigan Avenue, Kranz Candies
150 N. Michigan Avenue, Crain's Chicago Business
233 N. Michigan Avenue, DNAinfo Chicago, 2016.
307 N. Michigan Avenue, Bell Building, until 1956
307 N. Michigan Avenue, Old Republic Building, 1956 and after.
835 N. Michigan Avenue, Water Tower Place
919 N. Michigan Avenue, Palmolive Building
980 N. Michigan Avenue, One Magnificent Mile
3254 N. Michigan Avenue was the home of John Cudahy and his wife Margaret O’Neil Cudahy.
224 S. Michigan Avenue Railway Exchange Building, 1903-1904.
332 S. Michigan Boulevard, Chicago office of the Hercules Powder Company
430 S. Michigan Avenue, Roosevelt University
2525 S. Michigan Avenue, Mercy Hospital and Medical Center