Stalled Wacker Drive Development Breaks Ground Once More

Midwest
Friday, November 2, 2012
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Developers, construction workers, and 42nd ward ald. Brendan Reilly break "ground" on the 28th floor of the Waterview Tower. (Chris Bentley / The Architect's Newspaper)

Developers, construction workers, and 42nd ward ald. Brendan Reilly break “ground” on the 28th floor of the Waterview Tower. (Chris Bentley / The Architect’s Newspaper)

For years Chicago’s celebrated architectural boat tour has started its journey at 111 W. Wacker, a 28-story symbol of the great recession and stalled real estate development. Now they are one step closer to a launch more fit for neck-craning. Construction workers broke ground Thursday on the dormant project once again, reviving the high-rise once intended as the first Shangri-La Hotel in the United States.

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