“This is Marina City… Living towers with form suggesting the upward grace of growing branches and the airy, open form of a sunflower petal…”
The iconic Marina City complex on the north edge of the Chicago River could soon become an official city landmark, after preservationists lost a battle to save another building designed by the same architect.
It is quite common to find a pool table in a local neighborhood tap around Chicago, but what about ping-pong?
Nik Wallenda’s high wire act on Sunday did sky-high ratings in Chicago.
He’s been doing this his whole life, yet you might not be able to watch it without holding your breath.
Nik Wallenda says he’s happy his tightrope walk isn’t for a couple of days, given Friday’s blast of winter-like weather.
Anticipation is building for the walk over the Chicago River by daredevil Nik Wallenda.
As if walking a tightrope uphill for more than two city blocks 50 stories above the Chicago River in November weren’t enough of a challenge, daredevil Nik Wallenda is adding a new twist to his Chicago adventure next month: a blindfolded tightrope walk between the Marina City towers.
Cars have been driven off it, so why not try a different stunt?
Would one ever see a drinks party like this today?
The corncob-like buildings along the Chicago River are 50 years old. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez takes a tour.
A teenager is telling the story of her harrowing rescue from one of Chicago’s most recognizable high rises.
Chicago is home to some of the tallest buildings in the world. With so many things to do in the city, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the best activities, tourist attractions, dining and shopping in the sky!
Marina City appears in postcards, paintings and almost every skyline shot of Chicago, and Monday marks the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking for the complex.