Livin’ on “The Ledge”

The Sears Tower Skydeck recently unveild its brand new Ledge attraction that allows visitors to see the city and skyscraper from a never before seen, wow the daylights out of you fashion.

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Sam Kane lays on the floor of the Ledge, a new glass cube that juts out from the 103rd floor Skydeck of the Sears Tower, during a media preview July 1, 2009.
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At 1,353 feet up, the Ledge is said to offer incomparable views of the city.
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Children check out the view from the Ledge. This cube is one of four decks that extend out of the side of the 103rd floor of the Sears Tower.
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Five-year-old Anna Kane (L) and four-year-old Sophie Allaway check out the view from the Ledge.
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A photographer shoots from the Ledge during a media preview.
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Visitors check out the view from the Ledge and get to see clouds rolling in as few people have ever seen them while in the Sears Tower.
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A videographer shoots from the Ledge while standing 1,353 feet up in the air.
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Visitors walk out on the Ledge, a new glass cube that juts out from the 103rd floor Skydeck of the Sears Tower.
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Children check out the grand view from the Ledge.
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The observatory is 1,353 feet high.
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Visitors watch as a helicopter approaches, possibly to get a better look at the brand new addition to the 103rd floor of the Sears Tower.
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Five -year-old Anna Kane (top) and 4-year-old Sophie Allaway check out the view from the Ledge as the vast cityscape continues into the distance below the Ledge.
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Clouds roll in as visitors check out the view from the 103rd floor.
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Another spectacular view from the Ledge.
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Children stand on the Ledge's glass floor, which is one of a few layers of glass separating the visitors from the space below the first 103 floors of the Sears Tower.
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The new glass cube juts out from the 103rd floor Skydeck of the Sears Tower. It opened to the public on July 2, 2009.
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Children check out the view from the Ledge.
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A visitor stands out on the Ledge.
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The 1,353 foot high observatory opened to the public on July 2, 2009.
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The Sears Tower Ledge
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This kid took his Ledge experience to a whole other level, break dancing and doing the moonwalk in honor of MJ. Click here to watch the video.
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