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6 Ways to Repurpose the Chicago Spire “Hole”

With Santiago Calatrava’s unfulfilled Chicago Spire amounting to just a (costly) depression along the Chicago River, what was to be the second-tallest building in the world certainly has not established the legacy it intended. However, following the site’s relinquishment to local developers… Sigue leyendo

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Santiago Calatrava’s Chicago Spire Finally Axed

Santiago Calatrava‘s much maligned design for the Chicago Spire has finally met its end, thanks to a lapsed payment deadline from the site’s developer, Grant Kelleher. The project, which would have been the tallest building in the USA, began construction in 2007… Sigue leyendo

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Chicago Spire court battles drag on as Related angles for control of site

Halloween came and went last Friday, and with it so may have developer Garrett Kelleher’s chance at reviving the Chicago Spire, an ambitious supertall project that faltered during the recession and left an empty cofferdam at 400 North Lake Shore Drive. Under the terms of an earlier settlement in bankruptcy court, Kelleher’s company, Shelbourne North […]
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