Computer rendering of the building.
|Location||400 N Lake Shore Drive
|Groundbreaking||June 25, 2007|
|Estimated completion||2012 (est.)|
|Roof||2,000 feet (609.6 m)|
|Floor area||3,000,000 square feet
(278,709 sq. m)
|Design and construction|
|Main contractor||Case Foundation|
Perkins and Will
As of May 2013, however, interest in the Chicago Spire site has risen, drawing in at least a half-dozen offers for the property. The developer is also considering a bid to take back control of the property, reigniting hope that the 2,000 ft. skyscraper may actually be built. In 2014, a Chicago court ruled in favor of not building the skyscraper thus abandoning plans of it being constructed.
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