300 North LaSalle - Hines

Designed by the internationally recognized firm Pickard Chilton, the 57-story, 1.3 million-square-foot building continues the extraordinary tradition of Chicago architecture. Rising 775 feet from the Chicago River, 300 North LaSalle, among the city's tallest buildings, offers 200 feet of frontage along the river, including an outdoor plaza with seating and a large waterfront café. Other building amenities include a three-level, 225-car garage, a white-tablecloth restaurant, a fitness center, a conference center and a bank.  The tower is extremely energy efficient with a façade clad in richly articulated glass and stainless steel, maximizing the introduction of daylight and minimizing solar gain.

Address

  • 300 North LaSalle, Chicago, IL

Location

  • Located at the northwest corner of LaSalle Street and the Chicago River, in close proximity to many of Chicago’s finest restaurants, hotels and retailers

Architect

  • Pickard Chilton

Building Details

  • 1,267,331 square feet
  • 57 floors

Awards

  • Downtown Office Transaction of the Year - Kirkland & Ellis Lease
  • Architecture Award - Focuses on points of architectural interest which display innovation and uniqueness in style.
  • American Property Award
  • Good Design is Good Business Award
  • Award for Excellence: The Americas
  • BOMA TOBY Earth Award

Major Tenants

  • Kirkland & Ellis LLP
  • The Boston Consulting Group
  • Quarles & Brady LLP
  • GTCR

Sustainability

  • Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR 2010
  • LEED Platinum 2013
  • ENERGY STAR 2011
LEED Platinum ENERGY STAR