5 of Chicago’s Most Beautiful Skyscrapers

on August 3, 2016

Crain Communications Building 

Finished in 1984, the Crain Communications Building has 49 stories and is nearly 600 feet tall. With its sharp, angular design, slanted roof, and disjointed top section, the building has a distinctive look that tends to be loved or hated by residents and visitors alike. Either way, the building is an architectural feat and has become a recognized fixture at the corner of Millennium Park.

Tribune Tower

As the name suggests, Tribune Tower is home to the world-famous Chicago Tribune newspaper. Of all the buildings on our list, this one has the richest history: Its design was chosen during a 1922 competition hosted by the Chicago Tribune in honor of its 75 anniversary. The winning design was submitted by American architects Howells and Hood—after whom a restaurant in the tower is currently named. At 462 feet high, the building was completed in 1925 and stands as a stunning example of neo-Gothic architecture, complete with gargoyles and buttresses.

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