Built along the banks of the Chicago River, the shimmering, reflective-glass Bank of America Tower Chicago at 110 North Wacker Drive is a prominent addition to the Windy City’s central business district.
In October 2020, the Howard Hughes Corporation® and Riverside Investment and Development announced the opening of the 57-story skyscraper, the city’s tallest office building in 30 years. Goettsch Partners, the architectural designer; Clark Construction, the general contractor; and DeSimone Consulting Engineers also collaborated on the riverfront project.
The building features 1.5 million square feet of office space and amenities, including a 12,000-square-foot conference center, 22,000 square feet of retail space, and a half-acre park plaza along the Chicago Riverwalk path.
Offering mesmerizing views down the river, the premiere location was well-suited for the project. “110 North Wacker Drive (has been) one of the most sought-after development locations in Chicago for decades,” said John O’Donnell, CEO of Riverside Investment and Development. “(It’s) a high-rise that will leave its mark on the Chicago skyline for years to come.”