The Boeing Corporate Headquarters
|Formerly known as||
Boeing World Headquarters
Morton International Building
Morton Thiokol Building
100 North Riverside Plaza
Chicago, Illinois 60606
|Maximum height||561 feet/168 meters|
- Floor space: 770,300 square feet
- Parking spaces: 435
- Architect: Ralph Johnson
- Developer: Rubloff
- Developer: Orient Leasing Company
- Developer: Illinois Bell Telephone Company
- The clock tower extends six stories above the main roof.
- 1997: This building is sold for $167 million.
- 2003: Boeing is given $63,000,000 in public incentives to move its headquarters to this building from Seattle.
- 2005: Boeing buys this building from its landlord for about $200 million.
- December, 2007: Boeing decides to change the name from "Boeing World Headquarters" to merely the "Boeing Corporate Offices."'