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Fordham Spire will be tower topping 110 storeys


Plans for a tower topping 110 storeys in Chicago, designed by Spanish engineer/architect Santiago Calatrava, were due to be unveiled yesterday.

The tower, to be called the Fordham Spire, will comprise luxury flats on Chicago's lakefront. If built it will be higher than the city's current tallest building the Sears Tower.

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