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.
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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.