It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, 2012 – Part 13

Wrigley Building

The Wrigley Building (400 North Michigan Avenue) is making the most of its new LED lighting.  Instead of just being flood-lit in white, for the last six months or so, the upper reaches have been bathed in different colors for various events.  Now that it’s Christmas season, it’s been red and green, except for on World AIDS Day when it went all red.

It’s nice to have the Wrigley Building join two other Chicago landmarks, the John Hancock Center (875 North Michigan Avenue) and the Willis Tower (233 South Wacker Drive), in changing illumination throughout the year.

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