Gateway Center IV in Chicago

Photo of Gateway Center IV in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Gateway Center IV in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
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Photo of Gateway Center IV in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Gateway Center IV in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation

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Gateway Center IV
Formerly:Chemical New York Center
Formerly:Gateway IV

300 South Riverside Plaza, Chicago, Illinois, The Loop 60606
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    *Floor space: 1,100,000 square feet
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  I watched this one going up from my office across the river at 300 S. Wacker, where I worked from 1977 to 1987. This is by far the most visually interesting of the four Gateway Center buildings, serving as as a mirror for surrounding structures.Transit buffs may be interested to note that the footings for the Metropolitan West Side Elevated's 1890's four-track Chicago River bascule bridge (out of service 1958, and demolished shortly thereafter) can still be discerned at the base of this building, along the river

Alan Follett - Friday, September 7th, 2012 @ 9:10am  

  I love this building. A wonderful addition to Chicago's architecture. It definitely compliments the sears tower and union station with its similar tinted windows. Very convinient in terms for dining facilites and close proximity to transportation facilities. I work in this building and am very happy to be here. One thing to notice though, the chairs in the lower floors shake sometimes as trains are pulling into or out of union station.

Love this building - Thursday, October 2nd, 2008 @ 10:44am  

  I like how this building compliments it's texture of style with the Sears Tower. It reminds me of the Equitable Building in St. Louis.

Brent Kampert - Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 @ 2:29pm  

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