A landmark Chicago skyscraper is the new headquarters of the American Medical Association, a relocation being marked Thursday by a dedication ceremony.
The nation's largest doctors' group is making its new home at 330 N. Wabash, a building designed by famed architect Ludvig Mies van der Rohe and formerly known as the IBM Building.
The building has been renamed AMA Plaza. The American Medical Association will be the tower's anchor tenant, occupying floors 39 through 47 of the 52-story building.
The skyscraper overlooks the Chicago River and shares the skyline with the Marina City towers. The AMA's previous headquarters was on State Street in Chicago.