"City lights lay out before us And your arm felt nice wrapped ‘round my shoulder And I had a feeling that I belonged”
~Tracy Chapman, Fast Car

"City lights lay out before us
And your arm felt nice wrapped ‘round my shoulder
And I had a feeling that I belonged”

~Tracy Chapman, Fast Car

Chicago’s Willis (Sears) Tower became the world’s tallest skyscraper in 1973 after surpassing New York’s One World Trade Center, holding the title until 1998.
Currently the 2nd tallest in the US after the newly rebuilt 1 WTC, Willis is clearly a major player in the legendary NY-Chicago ”whose is bigger” war, and a testament to the engineering strength and perseverance that makes this country great.

Chicago’s Willis (Sears) Tower became the world’s tallest skyscraper in 1973 after surpassing New York’s One World Trade Center, holding the title until 1998.

Currently the 2nd tallest in the US after the newly rebuilt 1 WTC, Willis is clearly a major player in the legendary NY-Chicago ”whose is bigger” war, and a testament to the engineering strength and perseverance that makes this country great.