Situated ideally across the street from City Hall and surrounded by County, Federal, State courts and offices, the 384,000 square foot office building contains 29 floors of office space from the 8th to the 38th floor with additional retail space on the ground floor. Attendant controlled parking is provided on the 2nd through the 7th floor. The 120 North LaSalle Street Building’s outstanding central location, extraordinary architecture, flexible space and on-site amenities create an environment that complements the image of all businesses.

Exterior View (northside)120 North LaSalle has strong and elegant features which consist of sophisticated arrangements of glass and stone. Built by Ahmanson Commercial Development in 1991, 120 North LaSalle is the last office tower in downtown Chicago designed by German-born internationally renowned architect Helmut Jahn. Its plan and elevation are marked by a solid wall of uniquely textured granite and curved glass bays on its east and west facades. Projecting curved bay windows on both the facades of LaSalle and Wells Street allow for sweeping North and South views. Depicting the heroic legend of Daedalus and Icarus, the buildings front entrance is highlighted by a twenty-foot by fifty-foot mosaic mural by the late internationally known Chicago artist Roger Brown.