When did the construction of the Urbana set start?

The Urbanna, which opened in 1874, was a monumental construction project that took more than six decades to complete, with its completion at the end of 1878.

The building was originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and was the first skyscraper in the United States built in that style.

The design was based on the work of architect Robert L. Parsons, who designed a hotel in New York in the 1930s and was a proponent of a “vertical form of government” (a concept that would eventually become the federal government).

The building’s original design was intended to be a “living, breathing” building, according to an article in Architectural Digest.

It was designed with a glass ceiling, a vertical shape of the facade and a glass facade that could be opened, allowing light to enter the building.

It could also be closed, allowing the building to become a museum.

It also had an underground system for storage, and it was designed to last for 100 years.

The architect’s plan was to use the building as a “cultural hub,” with a public plaza and a public theater.

It’s now home to the Museum of Chicago History and the Chicago Museum of Art.

The Urbrana’s completion in 1878 was not a major event in the city’s history, according a website called Chicago History in Pictures.

The project took five years and was completed with the construction site still in use, but there was no grand opening.

It only lasted one year and was closed for a time due to the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.

In addition to being a landmark in Chicago, the building is also home to one of the citys largest underground tunnels, the Chicago Underground Railroad, which runs beneath the city and connects to the surface.

This is a popular destination for tourists who visit the Chicago area.

A plaque with the building’s name is located at the top of the stairs of the underground railroad.

It can be seen from the street.

The Chicago Tribune once wrote that the Urbranna was a “must-see landmark for visitors to the city.”

The Urburas original plan was for the building in a modern style, with a “large front, and a very high roof.”

The Chicago Fire destroyed most of the building during its demolition in 1871, and the building was eventually rebuilt and used for the city of Urbans construction of a public library, the Urbiens Union.

In 1894, the city purchased the land that now houses the Urbandale-Urbana Library and began a project to modernize the building, including a new lobby and new elevators.

The new structure has since been converted into the Illinois Cultural Heritage Center, which is home to exhibitions and other public space.