A new report from the Chicago Tribune suggests that the iconic Chicago landmark is far from finished.

The mall is expected to open next year, and is expected, if all goes according to plan, to be the world’s largest in terms of square footage.

The Chicago Tribune report, titled “Mall: It’s almost done”, claims that a number of major projects have been completed on the project.

The project has taken more than 10 years to complete, but was completed in less than a year, the report said.

The report suggests that this project is still in the planning stages.

The site was designed by architect John Jacobs and architect/developer Robert Langer, and it was built in the 1930s by architect Albert Kahn, according to the report.

This building was known as the “Swan House”.

Its exterior was a blend of timber and metalwork, and was originally constructed for about $25 million, the Tribune said.

It is believed that the project was completed between 1946 and 1949, and the first phase of the mall was completed around 1954.

The second phase was completed about four years later, in 1956.

The third phase, completed around 1969, included the construction of an eight-story building.

The fourth phase, in 1973, was completed at a cost of $45 million.

This project has a unique history.

Jacobs and Langer originally planned to build the building in 1883.

However, due to the financial difficulties of the time, it was cancelled.

Instead, the developers, the Kellogg Corporation, chose to build it on a former site, which is still used today.

The Kelloggs purchased the former site in 1976, and re-designed the structure.

The building was designed in a manner that would prevent the building from collapsing, and has been designed to prevent structural failure.

The tower is located in a valley below the Chicago River.

It stands at 4,068 feet above sea level, which means that it is a little over 3.5 times taller than the Statue of Liberty, according the Tribune.

The tallest building in the world at the time of its completion, was the Empire State Building, at 5,066 feet, the tallest in the United States at the turn of the 20th century.