Our Five Favorite Buildings in Downtown Chicago

Chicago is world-renowned for its architecture. In fact, Chicago is home to the first skyscraper ever built. Ever since, the city that we are proud to call home has been a hotbed of innovative design. Just walking to our offices is its own architecture tour. So we’ve compiled our top-five favorite buildings in downtown. (Spoiler Alert: Neither Willis nor Hancock made the list.)

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Marina City

Architect: Bertrand Goldber

Address: 300 N. State Street

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Jay Pritzker Pavilion

 

 

Architect: Frank Gehry

Address: 201 E. Randolph Street

 

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Carbide & Carbon Building

Architects: Daniel and Hubert Burnham

Address: 230 N. Michigan Avenue

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Jewelers’ Building

 

 

Architects: Joachim G. Giaver and Frederick P. Dinkelberg

Address: 35 E. Wacker Drive

 

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Kluczynski Federal Building

Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Address: 230 South Dearborn Street