Entries Tagged as 'trump tower'

Happy Hour at Elephant & Castle

September 18th, 2012 · 2 Comments

Alex, Rachelle, Juan, Michelle


Trump Tower

Note to self: It’s really hard to hold a conversation while sitting out side at the Wabash location of Elephant and Castle. It’s right next to the train. Still. Fun time.

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Roundarch Summer Event & 10 Year Anniversary

August 27th, 2010 · No Comments

Chicago Skyline from the Shedd Aquarium

Silvia, Victor & Ryan

Taylor & Mark

Stella, Anandi, Anjum

Matt & RJ

At the Oceanarium

Beluga Whale

Beluga Whales

Coral Reef Exhibit

Coral Reef Exhibit

Coral Reef Exhibit

James talking about those who have been with Roundarch for 10 years, himself included.

Marlena, Jaivin, Anjum


Every year Roundarch has a summer event (see 2009, 2008), but this year’s event was extra special because we were also celebrating our 10 year anniversary.

This summer everyone was flown in from all the other offices and everyone stayed at the Trump. Many, many meetings were held there and then our party was at the Shedd Aquarium. The drinks were flowing all night long and the food was very good as well. I felt a little weird about eating sushi at the Aquarium, but not so bad that I didn’t indulge in it! It was fun to see everyone that I work with in all the other offices. Great party, Roundarch!

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Trump International Hotel and Tower

April 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

Trump International Hotel and Tower, River North, Chicago

IBM Building & Trump International Hotel and Tower, River North, Chicago

A couple years ago I used to walk past the Sun-Times building every day on my commute to and from work. Then it was demolished and construction on the Trump Tower began. I have many photos and updates on my site, but when I got laid off from that job a couple years ago, my regular updates ended.

Recently I’ve started going to the gym 3 times per week. On the way home my walk to the train follows much of the same path I used to take on my old commute. One night I stopped to admire the Trump Tower as it stands now. When the Trump construction site was just a hole in the ground, I’d turn and look up at the IBM Building, and I could not imagine that the Trump Tower could be as tall as it, let alone taller.

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