Inland Steel


One of America’s most iconic structures and display of modern architecture, the Inland Steel Building was the first Chicago high-rise built after the Great Depression. A feat of modern design, the almost 300,000 square foot building has no interior columns. The construction of Inland Steel altered how towers were constructed and transformed office culture.

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