Many know Chicago is known as “the Windy City” and Wrigley Field is one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Ditka is binary, obtuse and a caricature.
The Willis Tower on Tuesday lost the title of the tallest building in the United States to the new World Trade center in New York.
Apple’s new map application has been getting widespread bad reviews, and it misses the mark on some key spots in Chicago.
United Airlines headquarters will soon be contained within one iconic Chicago address.
Depending on how you figure, the Willis Tower could be about to lose bragging rights as the nation’s tallest building once the skyscraper at New York’s Ground Zero is completed.
The Willis Tower is tall! Just… you know… so you know. Why not take a trip up to its Skydeck to get a real grasp of how big this behemoth building is?
Are you from the far flung reaches of Chicago’s suburbs and, like me, afraid to take the Metra? It’s okay, you can admit it, the Metra confuses me too. Don’t worry though! We’ll figure that giant, metal, moving monster out together!
The Willis Tower is reportedly hundreds of millions of dollars in debt, and its owners are looking for help.
With a series incentives set to expire next year, retail giant Sears Roebuck and Co. is considering whether to move from it’s headquarters in Hoffman Estates.
Fire crews rushed to the Willis Tower this morning, but reports of a fire and smoke turned out to be unfounded.
Even tourists who are willing to brave the wind on Tuesday won’t be able to see the views from the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
The current owners of the Willis Tower are in a nasty legal battle with the former owners.