Take a look inside the original Sears Tower (now Homan Square Foundation). The 14-story tower, currently under restoration, was once attached to the main building of the old Sears Roebuck and Company complex where catalogues were printed and orders were filled. Today this is all that remains of the decaying tower, once home to the radio station WLS World's Largest Store.  Visitors  to openhousechicago will have special access to a city wide view from the very top of this rarely opened tower.  930 S. Homan Ave.
Chicago, Friday, October 14, 2011.  This Saturday and Sunday, October 15 and 16, from 9a.m. to 5p.m., the Chicago Architecture Foundation is sponsoring a free city-wide event, offering access to 130 of the city’s greatest places and spaces from Rogers Park on the North Side to Bronzville and Hyde Park on the South Side. Peek... Read more »