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Park Bank

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Identification

Park Bank
Heritage Pullman Bank, Pullman Bank Building
117635

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
aggregate
curtain wall
white blue
modernism

Usages

commercial office

Facts

  • This is by far the southernmost highrise building in Chicago, and one of the remotest, located alongside the Bishop Ford Freeway near Lake Calumet.
  • In 1970 the Pullman Bank approved plans for a 17-story tower on this site, to be designed by Perkins & Will. Space was also to be set aside for a future twin tower.
  • The building looks like one at Hochhaus Lyoner Straße 40 in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Location

1000 East 111th Street
1000 East 111th Street
60628
Pullman
South Side
Chicago
Illinois
U.S.A.

Technical Data

139.09 ft
12
1973
1974
2006

Involved Companies

Marvin E. Knedler

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