Marina City (IL) residents: Landmark us

Residents of Marina City are heartily endorsing the city’s move to landmark the riverside complex, even though their condominium association legally can’t support the idea.  “These buildings should absolutely be landmarks because of the importance they hold for the city,” said Peter Bernota, who owns three condos in Marina Towers, two that he rents out. “I don’t want it for myself; I’m an investor who will sell these units sometime. I want it to protect these unique buildings for all of the city.”


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