190 South LaSalle

Chicago, 60603

  • Services Provided: Management
  • Submarket: Central Loop
  • Type: Class A Office
  • Size: 799,000 RSF
  • Floors: 41
  • Year Built: 1987
  • Architect: Johnson Burgee Architects

190 South LaSalle was constructed in 1986 as a Class-A office building by architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee. The red imperial and Spanish pink marble curtain wall of the building is topped by a distinctive two-story, double-cross copper gable roof that offers exceptional views of the city of Chicago. Amenities include The Stacks, The Library and the conference facility (all located on the 40th floor of the building), a fitness center, and more. The location offers easy access to suburban trains and CTA bus and train lines. In the heart of LaSalle Street near the Chicago Board of Trade, 190 South LaSalle is walking distance to numerous restaurants, theaters, hotels and public transportation.


Property Facts

  • The Library - a 7,000 square foot even space & tenant lounge
  • The Stacks - tenant lounge and bar
  • Bike storage
  • Multi-room conference center 
  • On-site fitness center
  • 49-vehicle garage parking
  • WiredScore Platinum
  • LEED-EB Gold Certified
  • Fitwel Certified