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Sears Tower the most recognizable landmarks in the Chicago Skyline and the heart of downtown Chicago It was rename in 2009 called Willis Tower but it is still commonly known as the Sears Tower It is considered one of the tallest building in the world for more than two decades Sears Tower was opened to tenants in 1973 but the construction was still going on and completed until 1974 This structure reaches 110 floors and a height of 1450 feet The cost of building was 150 million dollar in that time and during our time that would had cost them 780 million It was designed by the architectural firm Skidmore Owings Merrill for Sears Roebuck Company Bruce Graham served as an architect and Fazlur Khan as a structural engineer They were also the design team of making John Hancock building They built the Sears Tower for so that the numerous Chicago area employees of Sears Roebuck Company to work in one building It had 350000 employees in that time period working in the Sears Tower In 1988 Sears Roebuck and Company sold the sears tower and moved out of the building but the tower still rename as Sears Tower Inside the Sears Tower there is dining area HealthWellness services gift shops a Metropolitan club and etc inside the building Every year approximately 13 million tourist visit the Skydeck of Chicago in the Sears Tower which is on the top of the building The view show how downtown Chicago looks beautiful day or night by seeing all other buildings Lots of people take pictures when they are on the observational deck especially when they are on the ledge which is a glass balcony extending 43 feet where you are able to look straight down It is composed of three layers of thick glass into one It can hold 10000 lbs so it is safe Also for snowy days that ledge has heat
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