In Chicago, the ‘city of skyscrapers’, the famous restaurant ‘Signature Room’, which boasts the ‘best view’, has closed down, causing shock.
Economic media Chicago Business reported on the 28th (local time) that Signature Room announced that it would close the 95th floor (restaurant) and 96th floor (bar) of the John Hancock Center, saying it was having difficulty recovering the economy after the COVID-19 pandemic.
He also said he would permanently close the business he has been running 먹튀검증for the past 30 years.
In fact, the reservation button remained on the Signature Room website until 2pm on the 28th, but reservations were not possible. The message ‘Temporarily or permanently closed’ appeared in the operating hours information section. Then, at around 3 p.m., co-managers Rick Roman and Nick Pikeness posted a message saying, “We are closing as of today.”
They said, “For the past 30 years, we have had the privilege and honor of entertaining tourists from Chicago and around the world, making the precious moments in their lives even more special. Unfortunately, we have faced extreme economic hardship since the COVID-19 pandemic forced closures in our cities and restaurants,” he said. “The challenge is much greater than we anticipated.”
He said, “We had no choice but to close. “Thank you for your support so far,” he wrote. The Signature Room, located right below the observatory of the John Hancock Center (100th floor , 344m
) , which was once the highest building in Chicago and the second tallest building in the world, was popular because it had a view of the ocean-like Lake Michigan and the building forest of Chicago, the ‘architectural mecca’. .
The John Hancock Center, where the Signature Room was located, was the second tallest building in the world after New York’s Empire State Building (102 floors , 381 m ) when it was completed in 1969. In 1973, when the world’s tallest building, the Sears Tower (current Willis Tower , 108 floors , 442 m ), was built in Chicago, it was pushed back in ranking and is now the 5th tallest building in Chicago and the 13th tallest building in the United States.
As the building’s owner changed in 2013 and the naming rights contract period expired, the official building name was changed to 875 North Michigan Avenue, which is the same as the address, starting in 2018.