155 North Wacker is located in the Chicago West Loop at the intersection of Wacker Drive and Randolph Street. Construction began in 2007 and was completed in 2009. The building was designed by Jim Goettsch and Steve Nilles, of Goettsch Partners.
This 1.3 million square foot, 46-story structure provides the latest advances in business technologies. Leading edge technology combined with column-free 45 foot lease spans and full height energy efficient glass makes this LEED Gold building a productive and efficient environment for business operations.
155 North Wacker Drive offers tenants ideal proximity to public transportation hubs, expressways, financial exchanges, major banks, courthouses and many major corporations.
This building also features a suite of amenities including a state-of-the-art fitness center, a building conference center, and several eatery options. An extensive transportation network includes the elevated railway system, Chicago’s CTA trains as well as access to the CTA bus system. This building offers breathtaking views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and the Chicago City Skyline.
Building occupants include The John Buck company, Mercer, Ernst & Young and The American Hospital Association. 155 North Wacker offers an array of industries from the finest of law firms, recruitment agencies and Consultants in the Chicago network.
30-minute drive to Chicago O'Hare International Airport
3-minute walk to Chicago Ogilvie Transportation Center (OTC) and Metra
52 minutes to O'Hare International Airport by Subway (Blue Line)
155 North Wacker sits at the epicentre of the Chicago city. Right in the heart of the financial district you’re neighboring with the US district court, state attorney traffic court, city center, civic opera house, The Chicago Theatre, and the James R. Thompson Center.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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