Chicago’s Sears Tower was renamed Willis Tower in 2009 as part of a lease agreement with a key tenant, global insurance broker Willis Group.
The Sears Tower name was officially used between 1973 and 2009, despite the naming rights expiring in 2003, and continues to be widely used colloquially.
Chicago’s Union Station and the Ogilvie Transportation Center are not directly linked. However, across the street, one block east of Ogilvie, is the Madison Street Entrance to Union Station which goes underground along the platform between Tracks 5 and 7 emerging on Union Station’s North Concourse.
Chicago OTC means the Ogilvie Transportation Center, the commuter rail terminal in downtown Chicago, Illinois, sometimes referred to as North Western or Madison Street Station. It occupies the lower floors of 500 West Madison Street and is the terminus for the three Union Pacific Metra commuter rail lines.
Chicago’s Navy Pier has on-site self parking at the West and East Garages on the Pier’s north side. Accessed from East Grand Avenue, they offer tiered hourly parking payable at pay stations located throughout the Pier. Motorcycle parking and valet parking are available at Entrance 1, located just after the West Parking. Harry Caray’s Tavern and Riva Crab House will validate customers’ valet parking tickets.