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In the 19th century, Chicago built the world’s first modern skyscraper. In the 20th century, we created a world-renowned skyline. And today, Chicago aspires to make that skyline the most efficient on the planet. – Mayor Rahm Emanuel

33 North LaSalle

Address

33 N. LaSalle Street

Neighborhood

Loop

Owner

JBC Funds and 33 North LaSalle LLC

Property manager

Buck Management Group LLC

Year Constructed

1929

Architect

Graham, Anderson Probst & White

Sq. Footage

477,171

Floors

38

Height

479 feet

Building Description

Originally the American National Bank building, 33 N. LaSalle is a pre-war treasure in the heart of Chicago's financial center. This 38-story art deco tower was built in 1928, and its rich history is evident in all its vintage architectural details—from the original brass entrance to the patinaed motifs at the elevator banks. Now, this 402,000 square-foot skyscraper is home to dozens of exciting businesses.

Year Joined the Retrofit Chicago Energy Challenge

2017