The Glass Floor
Navy Pier Chicago, Cemtennial Wheel
Marina City is a mixed-use complex along the main branch of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago. It is home to approximately 1,400 residents and 15 businesses.
Chicago Tribune Building
A concrete corn cob
its all in the details
Congress Hotel, 520 S.outh Michigan Ave.
Marina City Towers
The Marina City complex was designed in 1959 by architect Bertrand Goldberg and completed between 1964 and 1968
Looking up Wrigley Building
Wrigley Building and Trump Tower two Chicago icons.
The Wrigley Building is a Chicago original – one of the few locations in the world that needs no other address. Designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, this icon of Chicago.
Old Colonly Building Chicago. 37 W. Van Buren Stree
Iconic Wrigley Building
Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, French Renaissance architecture
Art Deco Chicago
The design, by Adrian D. Smith of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, is considered one of the finest reproductions of the Art Deco style.
Looking Up Chicago
Looking Up Chicago W. Madison and S. Wacker Dr. Chicago
Sky Tower II
Trump tower piercing the through the clouds
Trump & Wrigley Towers
Looking up Centennial Wheel III
Looking up Centennial Wheel II
Looking up Cuntennial Wheel
The iconic Marshall Fields clock
The iconic Marshall Fields clock at State Street, Chicago
A Glass Forest
Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson Boulevard Chicago, Illinois 60604
Marina City is a mixed-use residential/commercial building complex that occupies an entire city block on State Street in Chicago, Illinois. It sits on the north bank of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, directly across from the Loop district.
Willis Tower and friends. Looking up from the Chicago River
Playing in the clouds
Wrigley Building Tower Clock
Leo Burnett Building
Life in the sky
Reaching for the sun
Wrigley Building Chicago
Willis Tower Robot
Looking up from the Chicago River
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