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What might Streeterville be a-spire-ing to now?

This week, we’ll learn more about the immediate future of Chicago’s most notable hole in the ground.
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This week, we’ll learn more about the immediate future of Chicago’s most notable hole in the ground. It’s at the east end of North Water Street, with an address of 400 N. Lake Shore Drive. That’s where builders 12 years ago installed the caissons for the Chicago Spire, which would have been 2,000 feet tall. Reporter David Roeder on the Spire’s history and what might crop up in its place …

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