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WATCH HERE FOR COVID-19 UDPATES AFFECTING THE BUILDING:

1. Effective June 3, 2020 the City of Chicago is reopening under the Phase 3 guidelines issued by the Mayor's Office.

2. Face coverings are required in the lobby and common areas of the building.

3. The Fitness Center is currently closed and will be reopening soon with restricted access.

4. The 22nd floor tenant lounge and amenity center will remain closed until further notice. 

5. The management office is open, but appointments are required for in-person visits.

 

 

At 175 West Jackson, tenants and visitors step into a working and networking environment that offers the classic styling of Chicago’s
iconic architect Daniel H. Burnham updated and transformed by
the contemporary firm Lucien Lagrange Architects to provide every amenity and convenience that today’s organizations need to thrive.


Also known as the Insurance Exchange Building, 175 West Jackson features:

  • An elegant, light-filled atrium lobby containing retail outlets
    such as a bank, a drug store, an art gallery, and six restaurants
  • Underground parking
  • Conference center and outdoor deck
  • Class A Health Club
  • Seven banks of elevators

 

HISTORY
1912  Designed by the renowned
D. H. Burnham and Company, who laid so much of the foundation of what came to be Chicago’s architectural look

1928  South addition designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White (Burnham and Company’s successor firm)

2002  Meticulously reinterpreted by Lucien Lagrange Architects to meet contemporary needs, while preserving Burnham’s original enameled brick and terra cotta exterior and classic Chicago facade