Inland Steel

30 W. Monroe St. | Chicago, IL 60603

  • Services Provided: Management
  • Submarket: Central Loop
  • Type: Class A Office
  • Size: 250,972 RSF
  • Floors: 19
  • Year Built: 1957
  • Architect: Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill

Inland Steel was the first high-rise built in the Loop after the Great Depression whose open, creative spaces and light-filled offices were revolutionary, setting today’s construction and design standards in Chicago. Positioned at the corner of Monroe and Dearborn, the 19-story office tower recently underwent major renovations that include a full-service fitness center and a new plaza.

Property Facts

  • Home to a number of contemporary art pieces, including Anish Kapoor's Blood Mirror sculpture
  • Security desk designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry
  • Designated as a Chicago Landmark
  • Featured on the Chicago Architecture Foundation walking tour
  • Certified LEED Gold by the USGBC 

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