The Watergate office building was the headquarters of the United States House of Representatives from 1919 to 1972.
Its former owner was the Illinois State Board of Trade.
The State Board had been dissolved by a bill that Congress passed in 1919.
When it was re-established in 1972, it was a state agency.
The Illinois State Police, Illinois State Building Commission, and the Illinois Municipal Building & Construction Commission had all been merged under the authority of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
In the 1960s, the U and T transferred ownership of the building to the United Nations.
Since the mid-1970s, there had been numerous changes in the building, including the addition of a new entrance in 2006, the demolition of the previous one in 1997, and a new building on the north side.
It is unclear where the office building has been since the 1960, and its new owners have not been able to determine how it got there.
We contacted the State Board for more information about the building permit process, and are awaiting an answer.
A few months ago, we asked the State’s Department of Public Works for more details.
We have not received a response, and will update this article if we do.
We were told that the building was purchased in 2010 by the state’s Building Inspection Department, which then assigned a building permit to the building’s new owner, the United State Bank of Illinois.
In a statement to The Chicago Sun-Times, a spokesperson for the Department of State Buildings and Construction said that the department had no comment.
The Building Inspection department is the department responsible for managing the building and the building permits that cover it, and it is a state-owned agency, the spokesperson said.
“We have no information to provide to the public regarding this building permit,” she said.
A spokesperson for Illinois Public Radio, which has covered the building for years, said the building had been vacant since 2013.
It was not clear how long the building has since been vacant.
The U. S. Department’s Office of General Services did not respond to a request for comment.