The smartly designed building stands at the location of one of Chicago’s most infamous events

On May 4, 1886, an outdoor labor rally in Chicago turned deadly when a bomb and subsequent shoot-out left eight police officers and at least four civilians dead. Known as the Haymarket Massacre, the event played a pivotal role in the city’s organized labor movement and was later commemorated in a sculpture by artist Mary Brogger.
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