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Chicago Diagrams Thread

Hi everyone, first off THANK YOU ALL for doing such a great job with the diagrams on skyscraperpage. I view these diagrams every week, and have shown dozens of people your diagrams to help them become more interested in large building projects. There are a few things going on with Chicago and diagrams and I want to do what I can to help the illustrators out there.

First, the 150 N Riverside diagram is currently set to 202.7 m / 665 ft and it's supposed to be registered as taller at 229.21 / 752 ft, so it's showing up in the wrong zone on the Chicago diagram.

Second, we have a slew of proposals on deck and it's difficult to keep track of them so I thought I'd assist to help any of our illustrators looking to help Chicago out.

Currently No Diagrams:

1. CHICAGO | 1000 S Michigan (aka "Big Jahn") | 1,002 FT | 86 FLOORS
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=218947

2. CHICAGO | 113 E Roosevelt | 862 FT | 76 FLOORS
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=218570

3. CHICAGO | 590 West Madison | 582 FT | 44 FLOORS
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=216983

4. CHICAGO | 151 N. Franklin | 568 FT | 36 FLOORS
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=217443

5. CHICAGO | 29 Lasalle | ~650 FT | 51 FLOORS
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...postcount=1359


6. CHICAGO | Gino's East Tower at Ontario and Wells | 418 FT | ~36 FLOORS
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...postcount=1239

7. CHICAGO | 800 N Michigan | | ~48 FLOORS
http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/show...&postcount=772

Coming up:
CHICAGO | 400 N LSD (former Chicago Spire site) | ? FT | ? FLOORS - something BIG?
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=219306

There are more out there, but these are the more significant building so far I believe. Again, thanks for all that you do.

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Great Job!! Hopefully our Toronto friend Koops65 can help us out.
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^^ 29 Lasalle is a dead proposal from a several years ago and shouldn't be on this list
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^^ 29 Lasalle is a dead proposal from a several years ago and shouldn't be on this list
Got it, thanks!
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Is there a 150 N Riverside diagram? It's not showing up in the diagrams when you look at Chicago if there is one.

Edit: There is one, but it's not showing correctly in height order. Is the height wrong?
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Is there a 150 N Riverside diagram? It's not showing up in the diagrams when you look at Chicago if there is one.

Edit: There is one, but it's not showing correctly in height order. Is the height wrong?
Yep, like I put in my post at the top:

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First, the 150 N Riverside diagram is currently set to 202.7 m / 665 ft and it's supposed to be registered as taller at 229.21 / 752 ft, so it's showing up in the wrong zone on the Chicago diagram.
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