DOWNTOWN — The 10 tallest buildings in Chicago have been the same since 2009.
But (economy willing) that won’t be for long.
A bevy of new, post-recession towers in the pipeline promise to change Chicago’s skyline in the near future. The latest addition: a proposed 76-story skyscraper that would be built on the former site of Holy Name Cathedral’s parking lot at Chicago Avenue and State Street.
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