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7 South Dearborn

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Identification

7 South Dearborn
103010

Plan

Structure générale

gratte-ciel
jamais construit [annulé]
mur-rideau
gris clair
moderne

Usages

appartements en copropriété bureaux

Faits

  • The extremely narrow structure would have occupied only about a quarter of a city block, with far less interior space than many shorter skyscrapers.
  • Designed as a mast-like tower, supporting 3 overhanging blocks of office and residential floors at the middle and upper levels.
  • Three television antennas on the roof, joined in a triangle by cross-braces, would have brought the tip height to 2000 feet.
  • The 433-foot antennas were a key to the project's financial appeal, as they would have filled a pressing need for high-altitude TV transmitters in the Chicago area.
  • Rumors of the project's revival persisted for a few months after its cancellation, prompted by demolition on the site and reports of other developers interested in taking up the project.
  • Planned in 1999 as a new world's tallest building, returning the title to Chicago after the Petronas Towers took the record by surpassing the Willis Tower.

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Lieu

7 South Dearborn Street
25-45 West Madison Street
7 South Dearborn Street
60603
Loop
Downtown
Chicago
Illinois
États-Unis d'Amérique

Données techniques

2 000,00 ft
1 566,75 ft
1 566,75 ft
1 550,02 ft
1 531,75 ft
112
2004
800

Entreprises participantes


Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

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