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Liveonechicago on Instagram posted on their story how the building is already at 540 feet. I didnt think it would get that high this early
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Liveonechicago on Instagram posted on their story how the building is already at 540 feet. I didnt think it would get that high this early
I mean the complete episode.
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Liveonechicago on Instagram posted on their story how the building is already at 540 feet. I didnt think it would get that high this early
To put a slightly finer point on this, their story said that about the crane. The tower itself is still a fair amount shorter
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If you want to break the records of other buildings Altitude must be used in kilometers, not meters! Haha
If we go by elevation, One Chicago would actually be around the same height as Central Park Tower
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Sorry guys I thought they meant the tower
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If we go by elevation, One Chicago would actually be around the same height as Central Park Tower
By the same metric an SFH in Denver is more than a mile tall
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I really wish we could flip flop this with the Salesforce Tower and put One Chicago at the confluence of the river.
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I really wish we could flip flop this with the Salesforce Tower and put One Chicago at the confluence of the river.
Seems like we're starting to get a 700/800ft plateau around the confluence
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By the same metric an SFH in Denver is more than a mile tall
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It's absolutely massive. I also really like seeing the clump of big buildings top left. They're the new kids on the block but they form like their own mini skyline.
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*With a little help from nature

By that metric, I'm pretty sure this is the tallest building in the USA:

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That picture linked above is absolutely amazing. River North has come a long way very fast.
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Incredible; I counted the building core for the taller of the two at 30 stories.
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Incredible; I counted the building core for the taller of the two at 30 stories.
Counted 30 as well. That means the taller building has been growing by about 8 floors the past two months. If it keeps up the same pace, the building should top out January/February
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Saw this on LinkedIn. Just jawdropping
Jaw-dropping indeed! I had no idea that One Chicago had grown so tall already; the pandemic didn't slow it down at all! It has been only 1 year and 3 months since groundbreaking.
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