by Stefan Gheorghe 30.03.2023
311 South Wacker Drive 961 ft (292.9 m)
It has a 5-story “winter garden” lobby with a fountain, palm trees, and a curved glass ceiling.
Two Prudential Plaza 995 ft (303.2 m)
Two Prudential Plaza is the closest building to 1,000 feet without going over.
875 North Michigan Avenue 1,030 feet (310 m)
It was built in 1969, making it the world’s tallest building built in the 1960s.
St. Regis Chicago 1,198 ft (365 m)
The top segment of the tower has some empty “blow-through” floors to reduce the swaying from the wind.
Willis Tower 1,451 ft (442.2 m)
It’s known for the famous Skydeck, which is a glass box visitors can walk into on the 103rd floor.