A view of the Chicago downtown skyline is seen at sunset overlooking Lake Michigan from Ogden Dunes, Ind., April 17, 2006. A resurgence of skyscraper projects since 2000 has taken place in Chicago where the skyscraper was born. The city's geography plays a key role. Unlike some other cities that don't have much space to build, Chicago has huge chunks of land. Perhaps more importantly, the land sits near Lake Michigan, the Chicago River or parks--all places where future developers can't build view-blocking skyscrapers of their own.
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