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Old Posted Feb 7, 2020, 9:59 PM
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It would be nice if we could treat great buildings with the artistic respect they deserve. It's not like we go around suggesting that what Monet's Waterlillies needs is a windmill over here and perhaps we should brighten up the rather drab Whistler's Mother.
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Curbed is reporting the AON observation deck will begin 3rd quarter after delay - I hate the way the top will look breaking up the lines. bad. BUT I have to admit I've wondered since I was a kid in the 70s what the view is like from up there.

https://chicago.curbed.com/chicago-c...ion-sky-summit
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Curbed is reporting the AON observation deck will begin 3rd quarter after delay - I hate the way the top will look breaking up the lines. bad. BUT I have to admit I've wondered since I was a kid in the 70s what the view is like from up there.

https://chicago.curbed.com/chicago-c...ion-sky-summit
I can't recall, but wasn't this construction supposed to add some height to Aon in the process?
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I can't recall, but wasn't this construction supposed to add some height to Aon in the process?
Read the article you just quoted.
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Old Posted Jun 10, 2020, 12:38 AM
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ok is it me or has AON center been missing and just popped in recently on this page?

https://skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?cityID=4
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I thought the Aon center was gonna be 350 meters
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Ugh. Fingers crossed that mutilation of a beautiful building never happens.
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Ugh. Fingers crossed that mutilation of a beautiful building never happens.
Amen
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Ugh. Fingers crossed that mutilation of a beautiful building never happens.
Who you telling.
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$185 million Aon Center observatory is latest Chicago project delayed by coronavirus

The Aon Center has paused plans to build an observatory with a thrill ride atop Chicago’s third-tallest skyscraper, and the $185 million project will start almost a year behind schedule because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Property owner 601W Cos. and its partner on the project, tourist attraction operator Legends, plan to begin work on the observatory in the second quarter of 2021, said building general manager Matthew Amato.



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^ That's one project that I have no problem if it gets delayed or canceled lol.
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^ That's one project that I have no problem if it gets delayed or canceled lol.
Same, the only good to come of coronavirus was it delaying such an atrocity
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Ugh I just realized that the thrill park ride will be on the Grant Park side of the building? They are truly ruining this building.
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