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The Chicago Temple Building is a 173 meter (568 foot) tall skyscraper church located at 77 W. Washington St. in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It is home to the congregation of the First United Methodist Church of Chicago. It was completed in 1924 and has 23 floors dedicated to religious and office use. It is the tallest church building in the World, though not the tallest church in the world (see Ulm Cathedral). It was designed by Holabird & Roche.
Chicago Title & Trust Center is an office tower located in Chicago designed by the firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. The 50 story building rises 756 feet (230 m) in the Loop and was completed in 1992, on the site of Chicago's Greyhound Bus Station. One of the tower's most notable features is its eastern-facing slanted roof at upper levels. At night, the top of the building facing east and west is flooded with light, creating a memorable presence on the Chicago skyline.
Citigroup Center is a 42 story, 588-foot (180 m) skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois. Located at 500 W. Madison (between Clinton and Canal Streets), the structure was designed by the architecture firm Murphy/Jahn in a late modernist style. The building, previously named the Northwestern Atrium Center, was constructed between 1984 and 1987 on the air rights obtained by the destruction of the headhouse of the 1911 North Western Station.
The City Hall Square Building was a 79 meter (259 ft) tall building located on North Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It was completed in 1912 however was destroyed and replaced in 1965 by the Richard J. Daley Center. It had 21 floors and was located opposite Chicago City Hall. When in use, it was an office building built in the classical style. Ornamental stone cladding was used for the upper faςade and the lower 4 floors while the mid-faςade was brick.
CNA Center is a 600-foot (183 m), 44-story high-rise building located at 333 South Wabash Avenue in Chicago. CNA Center is a simple, rectangular International Style building, but it is unique in that the entire building is painted bright red, turning an otherwise ordinary-looking structure into one of the most eye-catching buildings in the city. It was designed by the firm of Graham, Anderson, Probst & White and was completed in 1972.
The Everett McKinley Dirksen United States Courthouse, sometimes referred to as the Dirksen Federal Building, is a skyscraper in downtown Chicago, Illinois, at 219 S. Dearborn Street. It was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and completed in 1964. The building is 384 feet (117 m) tall, with 30 floors; it was named for U.S. Congressman and Senator Everett Dirksen.
The Edgewater Beach Hotel was a hotel in the far-north neighborhood community of Edgewater in Chicago, Illinois. Built in 1916 and owned by John Tobin Connery and James Patrick Connery, it was located between Sheridan Road and Lake Michigan at Berwyn Avenue. The complex had a private beach and offered seaplane service to downtown Chicago.
The Elysian is a hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Located on East Walton Street in the Gold Coast, The Elysian is a luxury hotel boasting 5 star amenities including a spa. The Elysian also has 52 private residences, condos, most of which are worth well over $1 million. Marc Jacobs also has a store in the bottom level of the hotel for his line of clothing and accessories.
Four Seasons Hotel Chicago is a part of the Toronto-based Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels and resorts. Four Seasons Hotel Chicago, an American Automobile Association (AAA) Five Diamond and Mobil Five Star hotel, offers one of Chicago's best restaurants and lounges, according to Condé Nast Traveler. It is located in the heart of downtown Chicago overlooking Lake Michigan.