Towers. Skylines. Boulevards.
Its design is elegantly simple. But 875 North Michigan Avenue is now one of the world’s best-known skyscrapers. Formerly the John Hancock Center, it’s a classic example of late twentieth century Chicago design, construction, and engineering. A true American icon.
There’s no city in the world quite like Chicago. The Windy City is home to architectural wonders, world renowned museums, award-winning theater, and first-class dining. There’s a reason Chicago has been voted Best Large City in the U.S. for three years in a row by Conde Nast Traveler. Its vibrant nightlife, inclusive communities, and unmistakable spirit make the city a year-round destination of choice for domestic and international travelers alike. Discover all that Chicago has to offer from 94 floors above the city’s famed Magnificent Mile at 360 CHICAGO Observation Deck.
More than 600,000 visitors in 2016.
Number of elevators: 42
Elevators capacity: 280 people per hour
Elevators speed: 9.2 m/s
Total height: 1,499 feet (457 m)
Weight: 90,718 tons
Number of windows: 11,452
Steel quantity used for construction: 46,000 tons
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