Xerox Center

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The Xerox Center is a 152.4 m high skyscraper designed by the architect Helmut Jahn for the Xerox company . The architecture of the Xerox Center, which is in the heart of the Chicago Loop , is a sheet of paper that comes out of a copier. The Xerox Center was built in 1977–1980.

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Coordinates: 41 ° 52 ′ 49.2 "  N , 87 ° 37 ′ 47.5"  W.