10 South LaSalle in Chicago

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Photo of 10 South LaSalle in Chicago, Illinois
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10 South LaSalle
Formerly:Chase Plaza
Formerly:Chemical Plaza
Formerly:Manufacturer's Hanover Plaza
Formerly:10 South LaSalle
Formerly:Otis Elevator Building

10 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois, The Loop 60603
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Quick Facts
Statistics
  • Floor space: 807,000 square feet
Timeline
  • 2002: The Feil Organization bought this building from MetLife.
Notes
  • Architecture firm: Moriyama & Teshima Planners
  • Architecture firm: Holabird & Root
  • Developer: Fidinam
  • This building has bay windows at its upper floors, making it one of very few LaSalle Street buildings to have views up and down LaSalle Street.
Did You Know?
  • This building replaced the Otis Building. Well, not entirely. The facade covering the first four floors is covered with the original facade from the Otis Building. If you never look up, you'd never know this was a modern skyscraper and not another piece of classic Chicago architecture.
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There are two comments.

  What were the architects thinking? The exterior is not a blending but an incompatible clash of styles, neither sympathetic nor complementary to the other. i like both of the parts, but TOGETHER? Doesn't work.The interior (above the first floor) is definitely grade "B". Unimaginative design - even poor in the bathrooms-, low cost materials installed poorly, and unfortunately minimally maintained.

John Donnell - Friday, October 30th, 2009 @ 1:31pm  

  This building exhibits a very nice blending of ornate early 20th century style masonry facade at the main lobby entrance with late 20th century steel and glass. I like it very much.

Mike Heck - Friday, January 12th, 2007 @ 8:50pm