|Thursday 22nd October 2009|
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
William Testa, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, presents at the CTBUH 2009 Chicago Conference. Tall Buildings have enjoyed an unprecedented renaissance internationally in the past decade or two that has seen their number and height increase across much of the globe. Chicago has been no exception to this, with the downtown core seeing an increase in both average height and density. What are the implications of these increases for the future of the city, and where does Chicago stand in today’s world order? This presentation from a highly-recognized authority on the city's economy, will help to put the economic issues of density, height and cities in context.
Run Time: 21:13