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House The Beatles Hung Out In Is Up For Total Demolition

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A Melvin Grossman-designed house The Beatles spent a day hanging out at on the occasion of their first U.S. tour—when they played at the Deauville Hotel—at 5750 North Bay Road, has been submitted for total demolition, according to MDPL officer Daniel Ciraldo. It had been built in the '50s for Thunderbird Motel owner Paul Pollak, and according to this memoir of the event, apparently the Beatles themselves "were quite impressed with the house."
· In 1964, The Beatles came to my house [Chicago Tribune]