Chicago World Trade Center
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The Chicago World Trade Center was a proposed 2,500 ft (762 m) supertall skyscraper in Chicago, United States. It would have had 210 floors and it was also supposed to look like the original World Trade Center towers in New York that were destroyed on September 11, 2001. The building was designed in 1982 by American architect Harry Weese for Stanley Raskow.
In the absence of a physical structure, the World Trade Center Chicago became a membership organization organized as a not-for-profit in the State of Illinois, with a mission to promote international trade as part of the World Trade Centers Association network of global offices of World Trade Centers.
In 2008, the World Trade Center Chicago was renamed the World Trade Center Illinois and moved from the Merchandise Mart to the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce in the 80-floor Aon Center where tenants space was built to house international trade offices for lease. From 2006-2008, the World Trade Center and Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce held a close partnership to host international visitors & foreign delegations from around the world, primarily focusing on export promotion & business matchmaking for high level government & business leaders developing trade & investment relationships with Chicago-based businesses.
In late 2012, the World Trade Center Illinois moved its offices to the former Drake Hotel at 2301 York Road in Oak Brook, Illinois.
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