120 North LaSalle
120 North LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois 60602
|Designed by||Murphy/Jahn Architects|
|Maximum height||501 feet/150 meters|
- *Parking: 364 spaces
- The mosaic over the entrance depicting the flights of Daedalus and Icarus was created by Roger Brown.
- The mosaic is 54 feet wide and 27 feet tall.
- When this building was first completed, the curve of its top four floors was illuminated at night. The lights were later deemed too bright and garish.
- Architect: Helmut Jahn
- There are six floors of parking on levels 2-7.
- The utility and elevator core is on the southeast corner of the building.
- The grid-like visual element is known as “the ladder.”
- The construction of this building also involved turning the neighboring alley, known as Court place, into a more welcoming pedestrian shortcut.
- The east and west sides of the building have bay windows running up nearly the entire height of the building.
- The facade is grey and white granite