Each print is on a page of vintage dictionary paper, so no two are alike. You will not be getting this exact page. These prints may have slight signs of wear and use like folds, tiny pencil/pen marks, etc which lend to the uniqueness and character of each piece.
Marina City is a mixed-use residential/commercial building complex occupying an entire city block on State Street in Chicago, Illinois. It lies on the north bank of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, directly across from the Loop district. The complex consists of two high rise corncob-shaped 65-story towers (including five-story elevator and physical plant penthouse), at 587-foot (179 m) tall. It also includes a saddle-shaped auditorium building, and a mid-rise hotel building, all contained on a raised platform adjacent to the river. Beneath the raised platform at river level is a small marina for pleasure craft, giving the structures their name. Marina City is notable in that it is the first building in the United States to be constructed with tower cranes.
You will not get the exact page shown in the image, but you will get a print from the same book, Every piece is original. Measures approx. 7.75" x 11".