Who was the
The Daley Center has no single
architect. It was designed by a company called C.F.
When was it built?
This interesting landmark was built in
1965. The Daley Center was constructed using a modern
style of architecture. Two features that make it more
modern are the use of steel and the thick metal columns
around the building. When the Daley Center was built it
was called the Civic Center but it was changed to the
Daley Center in 1976.
How tall is it?
The Daley Center is 648 feet
What makes it
The Daley Center was named after one
of Chicago's greatest mayors, Mayor Richard J. Daley. He
was the father of the current mayor of Chicago, Richard
M. Daley. The Daley Center also has one of Picasso's
greatest works, "The Picasso," which was named that by
the city because Picasso never got a chance to name the
piece. The Daley Center is a great example of modern
Where is it located?
The Daley Center is bounded by
Washington, Randolph, Dearborn and Clark
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