Prudential Plaza is a trophy office complex containing approximately 2.2 million square feet in two separate but integrated towers. Each tower is architecturally distinct from a distance however, the towers are unified by a common mezzanine and matching architectural treatments at the pedestrian level. The complex is ideally situated immediately north of Millennium Park and Chicago’s lakefront Grant Park on 3.3 acres of land with 70,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 5 levels of underground parking and a one acre landscaped plaza. Two Prudential Plaza is the 10th tallest building in the United States and the 31st tallest in the world.
The two towers offer panoramic views of the city, Millennium Park, Grant Park, Buckingham Fountain and Lake Michigan. Located in the East Loop, Chicago’s Central Business District (CBD) and the nation’s second largest concentration of office space, Prudential Plaza is connected to an underground network of pedestrian corridors (the “Pedway”) that provides direct access to neighboring office buildings, hotels and attractions. Furthermore, the Chicago Transit Authority’s “L” station can be easily reached via the “Pedway” and one of Chicago’s four major Metro commuter rail stations, Randolph Station, is accessed via One Prudential Plaza. The complex is also in close proximity to the Streetsville/Gold Coast residential area and North Michigan Avenue’s “Magnificent Mile” shopping district which is synonymous with world class shopping, offering tenants a live-work-play atmosphere.
Pertinent facts on Prudential Plaza are as follows:
|Item||1 Prudential Plaza||2 Prudential Plaza|
|Number of Office Floors||41||58|
|Building Size||1.2 million sq. ft.||1 million sq. ft.|
|Building Address||130 East Randolph
|180 North Stetson
|Architect||Naess and Murphy||Loebl, Schlossman and