1 N. LaSalle Street

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1 N. LaSalle Street

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The One North LaSalle Building' or One LaSalle Street Building is a building in the LaSalle Street corridor in the Loop community area of Chicago. It was for some time one of Chicago's tallest buildings. Built in 1930 by architects Vitzthum & Burns, it replaces the Tacoma Building by Holabird & Roche. The building is located across Madison Street from the Roanoke Building. It was designated a Chicago Landmark on Tuesday, April 16, 1996, and added to the National Register of Historic Places on Monday, November 22, 1999. Its 5th floor relief panels depict the explorations of René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle.

This Bedford limestone building was renovated in 1972. Renovated again in 2000.

Technical Data

Height (tip) 530.01 ft

Height (architectural) 530.01 ft

Height (roof) 530.01 ft

Length 101.00 ft

Width 177.00 ft

Floors (above ground) 48

Construction start 1929

Construction end 1930

Structure in General

Building type skyscraper

Building status existing [completed]

Structural material steel

Facade material limestone

Facade system applied masonry

Facade color light brown

Architectural style Art Deco

Roof system flat roof with 1 box


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