190 South LaSalle / Chicago / WI, IL / North America / World

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 two-story, double-cross copper gable roof that offers exceptional views of the City of Chicago. Each floor is approximately 22,000 square feet of highly efficient space with virtually no columns.

Building amenities include the conference facility and “The Library” (a business club for tenants) located on the 40th floor of the building, additionally the building features a fitness center, AraOn restaurant, sundry shop, ATM, messenger service, on-site concierge, and easy access to suburban trains and CTA bus and train lines.

Located 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

Key Details

  • Located in the heart of LaSalle Street
  • Features “The Library” a tenant exclusive business club on the 40th floor
  • Elegant lobby featuring Italian marbles walls as well as a 45-foot arched, bronze framed entryway.
  • 24-hour manned security


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The Top Line:

74,209 m2

798,782 sq. ft.


LEED-EB Certified

190 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL

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