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Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

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Identification

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
117617

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
limestone
applied masonry
light brown
neo-classicism

Usages

governmental office

Facts

  • Includes two additions on its west side. The original annex was built in 1957 by Naess & Murphy; in 1989 a further addition by Holabird & Root filled out the building's NW corner, and the entire western half was reclad.
  • The main entrance is a portico of six Corinthian columns. The Bank of America across the street has Ionic columns, and 208 South LaSalle next door has Doric.
  • Visitors who tour the bank are offered a free bag of shredded United States paper currency.
  • The original building and its addition replaced 3 older high-rises on the site, including Chicago's first 12-story building and first 13-story building.

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Location

230 South LaSalle Street
152-198 West Jackson Boulevard, 231 South Wells Street, 151-199 West Quincy Street
230 South LaSalle Street
60604
Loop
Downtown
Chicago
Illinois
U.S.A.

Technical Data

173.86 ft
15
1920
1922

Involved Companies


Holabird & Root LLC

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