Located between the beautiful Chicago River North neighborhood and the prestigious Chicago Loop precinct, at the intersection of North LaSalle and Kinzie. Built in 2006, completed in 2009. The building has received the highest possible Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED for Existing Buildings.
The 57-story,1.3 million-square-foot building continues the extraordinary tradition of Chicago architecture. Rising 775 feet from the Chicago River, 300 North LaSalle, among the city's tallest buildings, offers 200 feet of frontage along the river, including an outdoor plaza with seating and a large waterfront café.
Other building amenities include a three-level, 225-car garage, a white-tablecloth restaurant, a fitness center, a conference center and a bank. The tower is extremely energy efficient with a façade clad in richly articulated glass and stainless steel, maximizing the introduction of daylight and minimizing solar gain.
An extensive transportation network includes the elevated railway system, Chicago’s CTA trains as well as access to the CTA bus system. 300 North LaSalle offers sweeping views of the Chicago skyline and stunning views of the Chicago River.
Other major tenants include Kirkland & Ellis LLP, The Boston Consulting Group, Quarles & Brady LLP, and GTCR.
30 minute drive to Chicago Midway International Airport
30 minute drive to Chicago O'Hare International Airport
1 minute walk to El Station (Brown and Purple Line)
4 minute walk to El Station (Blue, Brown, Green, Orange, Pink and Purple Line)
1 minute walk to Wacker (Upper) & LaSalle bus stop
300 North LaSalle is located in the vibrant River North area of Chicago, directly across the river from the Loop. River North is a hub for creativity and entertainment, and is the go-to district for urban professionals. Neighboring 300 North LaSalle is the Merchandise Mart, which is home to an extensive network of businesses, including endless tradeshow rooms, design studios, art galleries, restaurants, and more.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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