233 South Wacker Drive, , IL 60606
Steel-and-glass mid-century masterpieces by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and other visionaries.
Construction continues on "Catalog," a 300,000-square-foot addition to the tower’s base.
Manhattan’s Central Park Tower overtook Willis for highest roof in the Western Hemisphere.
Artist Jacob Hashimoto’s latest work transforms the skyscraper’s newly reopened Wacker Drive entrance.
Watch "Catalog" get its 240-pane glass roof in a time-lapse video.
The $500 million "Catalog" addition will transform the 1,450-foot skyscraper’s base into a retail and entertainment destination.
The high-tech LED display will shine new light—and colors—on the skyscraper’s iconic twin spires.
The overhaul could see travel times within the 110-story building cut by 30 percent.
The glass and steel structure was demolished to make way for a new dining and retail complex.
A new ground floor retail and entertainment annex at the famous tower’s base is ready to take shape,
The modernist sculpture which has been in the lobby of the Willis Tower since 1974 is almost gone.
Workers have begun removing the colorful installation which has anchored the Willis Tower lobby since 1974.
In addition to new elevators and tenant amenities, the skyscraper’s owners are expected to announce their plan to add "unique retail and entertainment" options to the iconic tower’s base.
After purchasing Chicago's tallest building for $1.3 billion last year, the Blackstone Group plans a $150 million overhaul of the Willis Tower. Roughly 150,000 square feet of new retail and dining is slated for an addition at the tower's base.