|Official name:||Richard J. Daley Center|
|Formerly known as||Chicago Civic Center|
55 West Randolph Street
Chicago, Illinois 60601
|Designed by||Jacques Brownson|
|Maximum height||648 feet/194 meters|
- Site area: 123,110 square feet
- Floors above ground: 31
- Floors below ground: 3
- Maximum height: 647 feet, 11 inches
- Floor space: 1,465,723 square feet
- Building support caissons: 50
- Building support caisson depth: 120 feet
- Plaza support caissons: 108
- Plaza support caisson depth: 86 feet
- Steel beams: 27,000 tons
- Steel plates: 4,500 tons
- Column spacing: 48 feet x 87 feet
- Floor-to-floor height: 18 feet
- Passenger elevators: 40
- Freight elevators: 3
- This was formerly the location of the Opera House Building.
- This was formerly the location of an RKO theater.
- At the time of its completion, this was the tallest building in Chicago. It lost that title in 1969 with the completion of the John Hancock Center.
- Architect: Jacques Brownson
- Architecture firm: C.F. Murphy Associates
- Architecture firm: Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill
- Architecture firm: Loebl Schlossman, and Bennett
- The lobby and plaza are Rockville granite from Cold Spring, Minnesota
- Construction start: February 28, 1963
- Construction finish: February 8, 1966
- 1976: This building was renamed the Richard J. Daley Center
- September, 2010: This building was named #16 on Chicago Magazine's list of the Top 40 Buildings in Chicago.