McDonald's Chicago Flagship Restaurant
Wohlfeil, Daniel; McDonald’s Corporation
50th Anniversary McDonald's Restaurant
Close view, looking southwest, showing the entry; The restaurant was developed by the internal McDonald's Worldwide Architecture team, led by Vice President John Miologos and the building was designed by Dan Wohlfeil, Director of Worldwide Architecture. The 24,000 square foot restaurant in downtown Chicago that features 60-foot Golden Arches, seating for 300, a double-lane drive-thru, historic memorabilia and stunning views of Chicago's skyline.
Type of Workfast food restaurant
architectural exteriors, business, commerce and trade, commercial and industrial design, contemporary (1960 to present), domestic life, genre, commercial, Twenty-first century
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