One hundred years ago today, architect Bertrand Goldberg (July 17, 1913–October 8, 1997) was born in Chicago .  Over the course of his distinguished career he contributed many iconic works that helped to define the architectural milieu of the city including River City, Prentice Women's Hospital at Northwestern University and most famously, Marina City.

For more on the construction of this renowned mixed-use residential/commercial building complex take a look at the video below released in 1965 following completion of project construction in 1964.
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