“Marina City: Bertrand Goldberg’s Urban Vision” is the first comprehensive history of this architectural landmark. With detailed research by Igor Marjanovic and Katerina Ruedi Ray, the book explores the building’s architectural achievements, and the marketing campaign and political partnerships necessary for Goldberg’s vision to take hold. Marina City was a radical achievement in its day, and included a theater, restaurant, bowling alley, health club, ice-skating rink, grocery store, bank, and parking garages; its instantaneous success that made Bertrand Goldberg the first post-Mies Chicago architect to achieve superstar status . this book includes analysis from the financing to its engineering, and vignettes of labor history, key to its origins. It can be found at: Marina City at Amazon