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70 West Madison Street

First National Plaza

Chicago, IL 60602

  • 100 - 350 sqft

Building Details

  • Floors57
  • Walk Score®98
  • Year Built1981

Three First National Plaza is located in Chicago’s business and finical neighborhood, at 70 West Madison Street. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill this building stands tall at fifty-seven floors.

Three First National Plaza is the culmination of both a traditional and contemporary styles that resulted in a beautiful tower. The exterior of the building has a unique saw-tooth geometry which allows nine corner offices on the high-rise and thirteen on the low-rise floors. This design also allows firms small or large to have offices that boast a breath-taking view of either the city or the lake.

Three First national Plaza features ten-foot wide, three sided bay windows and floor to ceiling tinted reflective glass panels to ensure al tenants have access to the superior views this property possesses.

The two-story lobby is furnished with a thermal finish, carnelian granite which matches the exterior with the floors. Connecting the two floors are three escalators and one passenger elevator.

Amenities include: c suite, building concierge, five thousand square foot conference center equipped with three different sized rooms all with video capabilities, nine-story atrium, in-house pedway access, fitness center, indoor heated valet parking garage, car wash, shoe shine service. Lobby level amenities include: Starbucks Coffee, At&T Store, Halo Salon for Men, Banking and ATM facilities.

This property gives commutes direct access to the Pedway and CTA Blue Line.

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