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First glimpse of Tilt at 360 Chicago

A glimpse of Tilt at Chicago 360 ( formerly the John Hancock Observatory).

A glimpse of Tilt at Chicago 360 ( formerly the John Hancock Observatory).

While its opening date keeps getting pushed back (the second week of May is now apparently the target), Tilt at Chicago 360 is looking impressive.

While most of  the work remains hidden to public view, there are small peepholes allowing for a glimpse at the new attraction, which promises to give customers a downward-facing view of Chicago from 94 stories above street level.

Here’s a sneak peek at the city’s newest coming attraction. Experiencing Tilt will set you back $5, but I’ll definitely try it at least once.

One of the cool things about Tilt is the way it is designed to blend in to the John Hancock’s exterior. The Montparnasse 56 Group, the company which owns Chicago 360, has a snazzy little video of what Tilt will look like in action.

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