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875 North Michigan Avenue

John Hancock Center

Chicago, IL 60611

  • 100 - 350 sqft

Building Details

  • Floors100
  • Walk Score®97
  • Year Built1970

The John Hancock Center is located at 875 North Michigan Avenue. This one-hundred story building stands at 1,128 feet tall and is the third tallest building in Chicago.

The John Hancock Center offers tenants a copious amount of amenities as well as incredible views of lake Michigan. This building facilitates tenants with access to the X-Lounge game room, conference center, and a fitness center, all of which have been recently renovated.

In addition, John Hancock Center provides convenient onsite parking, access to U.S Post Office, FedEx and UPS drop box, and dry cleaning services.

This building facilitates tenants with a unique opportunity to work, sleep, eat and workout all while under the same roof.

Completed in 1969 this building was designed by Bruce Graham who has designed the Willis Tower and the Inland Steel Building.

The design of this building is widely regarded as one of the prominent buildings that uses the structural expressionist style. The John Hancock Center has a X-braced exterior that is visible on the building’s exterior. This brace allows taller buildings to benefit from more stability and gives architects more space to work with due to opening up the floor plan.

The interior of this building was renovated in 1995 and the lobby greatly benefited with the addition of black granite and limestone structures.

The John Hancock Center boasts the fastest elevators in the nation with speeds around twenty miles an hour.

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