This stunning, historic building at 401 South LaSalle Street in the middle of the exchange district in Chicago, Illinois is a striking choice for companies seeking to rent office space.
Once known as the Traders Building and now known as the LaSalle Atrium Building, it’s located near the Chicago Board Options Exchange and the Board of Trade. This 145,000 square foot building is chock full of amazing and unique features.
401 South LaSalle Street has a massive lobby bedecked in wood paneling, and one of the most fantastic parts of the lobby is the two sprawling murals that show Fort Dearborn. The lobby floor is a black-and-white checkerboard pattern, and there may be a grand piano available for musicians to create a soothing atmosphere.
The building is turnkey and was built in 1913. It towers 17 stories above the surrounding streets, and visitors in the lobby can look up to see some of the floor open to the lobby below.
401 South LaSalle Street has plenty of natural light, a security guard on the premises and a brick and stone exterior.
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