The landmark building at 542 S Dearborn, Chicago, offers a great opportunity for tenants looking to rent in Chicago’s South Loop submarket. Originally built in 1891, this is a Historic Landmark building. It stands 14 stories tall and features approximately 85,277 square feet of space.
Known as the Pontiac Building, this is the oldest surviving downtown building designed by Holabird & Roche. This corner building offers easy access to subways, buses and commuter rail options. 542 S Dearborn is adjacent to a hotel and is within close proximity to fine hotels, theater and athletic associations.
Security is provided to tenants via a security system and card-key access to the building. Onsite restaurant and bank tenants provide convenience to office tenants on the upper floors. Signage possibilities also exist for certain tenants.
The Pontiac Building is a great example of Chicago architecture. Gently projecting oriel bay windows provide additional interest to this historic brick building. An inviting entrance sits along the manicured sidewalk and complements the adjacent glass storefronts.
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