Crain Communications Building is a 41-story, 582 foot (177 m) skyscraper located on Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago. It was also known as the Smurfit-Stone Building and the Stone Container Building. Construction began in 1983 and was completed in 1984. The building, noted for its unusually slanted facade, was designed by Sheldon Schlegman of A. Epstein and Sons. Although the building looks as though it is split down the middle, the two sides are only slightly disjointed until nearing the top, where there is a gap between them. At times, its slanted roof, which has been likened to a skyscraper slashed with a knife, displays local sports slogans on its face, such as "GO BEARS" and "GO SOX". It also displayed "VOTE 2008" during the 2008 election day rally at Grant Park. At the time of its construction, the Crain Communications Building was considered to be a smart building, with sophisticated environmental and security controls. Three years after its completion, the building played a role in the Touchstone Pictures film "Adventures in Babysitting". The building is also modeled in EA's "SimCity 4", as well as being destroyed in the film "Transformers: Dark of the Moon". The building name was changed to the Crain Communications Building in March 2012, after Crain Communications moved its headquarters there.