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|160 East Randolph Street|
Chicago IL United States
| - office|
| - highrise|
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Was to be the largest and tallest Class A office building in the world, with a cost of over $30 million. The Crane Co. and the Illinois Central Railroad Company were to have offices in the building.
Information from the book "Chicago and its Makers, A Narrative of Events 1833-1926" by Felix Mendelsohn, 1929.
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