One of the stranger sights in Chicago is The Negative Building, on West Grand Avenue. The outer appearance of the building is bizarre, and you really can’t take your eyes off of it. But it gets really weird once you set foot inside. You are greeted by a doorman who says, “Goodbye.” Then at the front desk a receptionist asks you to list all the people that you aren’t there to see. In the elevators you have to push the “down” button to up, and the “up” button to go down. And apparently the landlord pays the tenants to live there.
I asked the doorman if this was some kind of Bizarro World building and he responded, “No, that’s Trump Tower. We may do things backwards, but we’re not crazy!”
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