disappointing that someone didn’t feel the building was quite capable of saying all the right things on its own.
28 march 2013 | noon cst | chicago
Chicago’s AFL-CIO investment trusts take a pass. When Chicago was in the running for the 2016 Olympics, the local AFL-CIO Investment trusts signaled interest in helping foot the bill for an Olympic Village in Chicago. The trusts represent 24 trades. But two union funds identified by a local labor leader and a Spire spokeswoman as […]
the Chicago Spire was under a shadow of the 2016 Olympics until a few weeks ago.
Another USA financial crisis casualty. This bit of news not about Joe the plumber. On the contrary, it’s an example of the very wealthy feeling it. Make you feel better? Probably not. Architect Santiago Calatrava is in the news suing the developer of the Chicago Spire. Mary Ellen Podmolik and Blair Kamin, Chicago Tribune reporters […]