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Old Posted Sep 10, 2020, 4:05 PM
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getting interesting to see where it will be appearing from different angles.. thanks, everyone
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The impact this building will have on the skyline (especially from N or W) cannot be understated
100%. When viewed from the Kennedy (NW), it is perfectly centered between the Hancock and Trump Tower. I don’t know how our skyline gets so lucky like this.
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100%. When viewed from the Kennedy (NW), it is perfectly centered between the Hancock and Trump Tower. I don’t know how our skyline gets so lucky like this.
a supertall (ideally 1200+ footer) over the thompson center would fill that last major hole from the NW
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Bye bye Chicago Place and Fordham, see you never!

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i've never seen a tower of this size / complexity move this fast. incredible.
Certainly exposes the Block 37 fiasco as the total joke that it was. Can you imagine if we had a competent developer build a real proect like this there instead of the half assed garbage we wound up with? Letchinger is proving to be one of the most competent developers in recent memory in Chicago. Looking forward to seeing what he does with Moody. Willing to bet he finishes that development before Lincoln Yards has but a few towers up and before Related has the Discovery Partners Institute complete.
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^Exactly...this is what block 37 should of ended up looking like.
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Looking N up State
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