|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|
Perkins and Will
|Main contractor||Case Foundation|
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.
On 4 November 2016, ownership of the property the tower was being built on was given to Related Midwest. In 2018, it was revealed that Related Midwest will build two skyscrapers at the site of the Spire.
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