Chicago Title & Trust Building
Structure in General
- Originally designed with a twin tower at 181 North Clark. The proposal was revived in early 2001.
- The unusual top has a steep slope on the east, and is screened on the west by a large decorative construction that is often likened to the roof comb of a Mayan temple.
- Built on the former site of Chicago's Greyhound Bus Station.
- The building's base was designed to give symmetry to Thompson Center Plaza by matching the height of Chicago City Hall.
- The basement is connected by a pedway with the Thompson Center to the west.
- The northern wing was intended as a central entrance for both the existing tower and the unbuilt north tower.
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consultant, developer, facade maintenance system supplier, facade supplier, general contractor, owner, property management, structural engineering
Features & Amenities
- Pedway access is available