Leasing Info
Building
Specifications
Year Built
1888
Building
Height
12 Stories
Elevators
7 passenger cars, plus one freight car and one sidewalk lift currently in the process of a full modernization with new state-of-the-art cab design and destination dispatch system with touch pads featuring tenant information to be completed in 2016-2017
Floor Size
Ranging from approximately 19,500 RSF to 25,700 RSF
Designations
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. National Historic Landmark
Chicago Landmark
Facade
Brick masonry, terra coa, stone, and cast iron elements with award winning LED façade illumination
Slab Height
10’10” - 15’9“
Building
Hours
Accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Heating &
Cooling
Served by a central HVAC system with perimeter base board electric heat Hours of HVAC are 6:00 AM–6:00 PM M–F & 6:00 AM–2:00 PM Saturday
Supplemental
Systems
Building has excess capacity for chilled water to support tenants’ supplemental cooling needs
Electricity
6 watts per square foot tenant load All suites are metered from Commonwealth Edison
Floor
Loading
50 lb live load: 20 lb partition load
Building
Security
24-hour manned security Visitors are required to check in at the visitors desk and receive their visitors badge
Storage
Ample storage is available in the lower level
Designations
The National Register of Historic Places Chicago Landmark
Site
0.729 acres bounded by LaSalle Street to the west, Adams Street to the north, Rookery Court to the east, and Quincy Court to the south.
Building
Construction
The structural framing is cast iron. The above grade slabs consist of terra cotta flat arches supported on cast iron beams. The bottom two floors are clad with rough and polished granite with projecting storefront bays framed with cast iron. Fixed wood framed windows are set into cast iron bays. The bays on the floors above are defined by brick masonry piers with brick and terra cotta spandrels and lintels. Wood framed double-hung windows are set into the openings between spandrels and are separated by cast iron mullions. The majority of the windows have been retrofit with insulating glass units. Terra cotta turrets are located at the top of the building corners.