300 North LaSalle pays homage to Chicago’s tradition of famous, early skyscrapers with richly articulated facades. The project also honors Chicago’s commitment to its public waterfronts. The tower presides over a half-acre, sunlit, riverfront public garden, with landscaped terraces cascading to the Chicago River.
With nearly sixty stories of offices, 300 LaSalle also boasts shops, restaurants, and public spaces as well as generous sub-grade parking. Despite the building’s warm and elegant interior materials, the building subscribes to the highest standards of the U.S. Green Building Council. Its low-E glass facade maximizes daylight and views of the city skyline while minimizing solar heat gain. The tower is efficient and flexible in interior planning, has a fifty-percent green roof, and uses condenser water supplied by the river, thus eliminating cooling towers and 10 million gallons of evaporation annually..
Size: 1.3 million gsf
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