The Hancock Center standing over the dilapedated Chicago skyline.


The corner by corner implosion.

The John Hancock Center is the second tallest skyscraper in Chicago. The building is recongnizable by the "criss-cross design" that gives the building added strength. After people, after 250 years, the structure's leaking roof, finally corrodes a part of the structure necessary for it's strength, the diverging beams of the 85th floor. The beams shear off, and the building has a corner by corner implosion. However it outlasts the more massive Willis Tower.