Tour State Street with the Chicago Architecture Center

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From their vantage point aboard an architectural tour boat, passengers can see the nearly-completed Trump International Hotel & Tower, left, the Wrigley Building, center, and the Tribune Tower, right, before they pass under the the double-deck, double-leaf bascule Michigan Avenue Bridge on Saturday, May 3, 2008. From soaring skyscrapers to basic bungalows, Chicago’s varied architecture has earned the city a reputation that attracts visitors to the city seeking examples of what famous designer Daniel Burnham called his “Paris on the prairie.” (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

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Chicago Architecture Center docent Brian Kelly joins Andy Masur to talk about the latest tours from the CAC. The two focus in on the “CAC Live: Retail Revolution on State Street” and “Chicago Architecture: A Walk Through Time” tours.

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