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^ yep. it's a beautiful building, but it's in a horrible location in terms of skyline presence. in any other midwest city, this building, at 681' tall, would be one of the shining gems in the skyline, but plopped down in the thick of chicago's loop, this very handsome tower just gets buried, so you have to physically go and seek it out if you want to see it.
Yeah, that building is terribly located. I know I've seen pictures of it before, but I don't think I've ever seen it in the skyline. I don't have any sense of where it is relative to anything else. It must be totally obscured in the typical skyline views.
It's a shame, because it's nice. It would really stand out in any smaller city.