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Chicago has long been a laboratory for architectural innovation and experimentation.

Discover the stories behind some of the city’s most significant skyscrapers, museums, theaters, bridges, homes, schools, houses of worship and parks. The building was originally stocked with 8,000 books gifted by English donors after the Great Fire, making it the city’s first public library. It wasn’t until nearly 100 years later, in 1991, that it became the Chicago Cultural Center.

Who would expect a massive Beaux Arts block in the heart of the city to be a hub of contemporary arts… The 51-story, blue glass structure is a striking example of creative problem solving. When walking down LaSalle Street—in the financial heart of Chicago—you might not take notice of 190… When you’ve got it, you’ve got it—and 333 West Wacker has it. On today’s Chicago skyline the tallest buildings tend to stand out from the rest.

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