LaSalle Street

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140 W. from 230 N. to 12528 S.

Named for René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle (1643-1687), was a French Explorer who passed through the Chicago Area in 1682 and immediately saw its potential.

North Addresses

>1 Block

1 N. LaSalle Street

100 Block

100 N. LaSalle Street

118 N. LaSalle Street, Abram Dale Gash, lawyer, 1917.

121 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago City Hall, 1911.

700 Block

747 N. LaSalle Street, Raila & Associates, P.C., 2016.

South Addresses

100 Block

135 S. LaSalle Street, LaSalle Bank Building, a.k.a. Field Building

135 S. LaSalle Street, Field Building, a.k.a. LaSalle Bank Building

1000 Block

1010-1019 S. La Salle Street, C. Werner Christensen, 1919.