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Old Posted Feb 16, 2016, 8:34 PM
Kngkyle Kngkyle is offline
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Originally Posted by Reinsdorf Sucks View Post
There will be a competition with proposals from multiple firms.
It would be interesting if they selected the top 3 proposals and put it up for a public vote. If they are going all-out height wise it would certainly get a lot of media attention like the Spire itself did. It would be especially appropriate for Chicago given the architectural history and enthusiasm that many residents have, at least in comparison to most other cities.

It would be a genius marketing ploy as well. Just require a validated email address to vote and then boom, you get a massive database of email addresses you can directly market the units to.
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