that sits on the east side of Lake Shore Drive. The "Year" category denotes when construction of the building is expected to begin. This building was destroyed by the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, and replaced by the current cathedral of the same name in 1875. A b "AT T Corporate Center". Retrieved "Southbank Building B". 198 Miglin-Beitler Skyneedle 2,000 (610) 125 - Proposed in 1988 and cancelled in the 1990s. It was originally built with 10 stories, an enormous height in the 1800s, to a height of 138 feet (42 m making it the tallest building in the world at that time. 18.06 Two Prudential Plaza 995 (303) N 873722W /.88556N.62278W /.88556; -87.62278 (Two Prudential Plaza) 16th-tallest building in the United States ; tallest building constructed in Chicago in the 1990s. One South Dearborn was built on the site instead. 197 7 South Dearborn 2,000 (610) 112 - Approved in 1999 and cancelled in 2000. "Trump International Hotel Tower". Was the tallest building in Chicago before being surpassed by the Aon Center. The clock tower on this building was removed in 1895, allowing a shorter building to become the tallest in the city. "Alderman pumps the brakes on Related's plan for former Chicago Spire site".