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Tuesday, September 20, 2005
You like this skyscraper? The Cira Centre was finally enclosed in glass this summer, its angled shape insisting on being judged. Do you find the design sleek and daring? Or jarring? It was to me as I saw it towering beyond the neoclassical architecture near Logan Square, looking like some shard from Krypton. But I expect I'll grow to like it for its originality. How about you?