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New Merion ballroom: ‘Like night and day’ People
New Merion ballroom: ‘Like night and day’
Jeff Michael, one of the principals of the group, along with his father, Danny, recently talked about finishing a $10 million makeover of the onetime hotel, and also discussed some of the challenges faced in transforming the building, now named The Merion, at 1611 Chicago Ave., into a luxury senior rental community.
Aug. 25 10:43 a.m. |