What is the building in Chicago with the glass floor?

What is the building in Chicago with the glass floor?

Willis Tower
Willis Tower and Sky Deck Formerly known as the Sears Tower, Chicago’s famous Willis Tower is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Ride up to the sky-high observation deck that offers stunning views of downtown Chicago and Lake Michigan, as well as a mesmerizing view through a see-through glass floor.

Can you go up the Willis Tower?

SKYDECK (Willis Tower) Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) is the third tallest building in America, rising 1,353 feet (412 m) in the air. It is 108 stories tall, and at such a height, you can feel the building sway (safely!) on windy days. The Skydeck is open from 9 am – 10 pm in summer and 10 am – 8 pm in winter.

What is the Willis Tower in Chicago called now?

In 1988, Sears Roebuck and Company sold and moved out of the building, but the Sears Tower name remained until 2009 when the building was renamed after the Willis Group, a London- based global insurance broker. Skydeck Chicago is the observation deck on the 103rd floor of the building.

How high is the sky box in Chicago?

Chicago at Your Feet At 1,353 feet up, The Ledge’s glass boxes extend out 4.3 feet from the skyscraper’s Skydeck on the 103rd floor, providing never-before-seen views of the city. The tower is a world-renowned building, a Chicago icon.

How many workers died building the Sears Tower?

5 deaths
Sears Tower: 5 deaths It took 2,000 workers three years to complete the 1,450ft giant, and almost $175 million in total costs. During construction, only five workers died in two separate incidents when a fire was started in an elevator shaft and a worker fell off of a platform on the 109th floor.

What is the best time to visit Skydeck Chicago?

The best time to visit is just after opening or after sunset. For great sunsets and twinkling nightscape viewing, plan on arriving to the Skydeck 30-45 minutes prior to your sunset time! Go to SunriseSunset for the Chicago sunset calendar.