Neo-Gothic Icon For Sale: Tribune Media Decides to Sell the Tower.

Tribune Tower Tribune media is the remnants of Tribune corporation after they got rid of all the newspapers. To concentrate on their media properties… Tribune Tower is for sale – Chicago Tribune

Click the image for a larger view… The photo is copyright Luke Gordon. More info can be found here.

Built in 1925, Tribune Tower was designed by New York architects Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells, who won a contest held by Chicago Tribune co-publishers Robert R. McCormick and Joseph Patterson to create the newspaper’s headquarters.

Named a Chicago landmark in 1989, Tribune Tower itself would likely remain a centerpiece of any redevelopment.

Fairly prime real-estate. On the Magnificent Mile. You just have to be able to deal with the insanity that is the City of Chicago these days. High taxes. High Crime. Crumbling schools.

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