Communicating its sense of belonging through timeless architecture and sensitive, ingenious site development, 448 N. LaSalle is undoubtedly striking and a natural addition to Chicago’s vibrant River North neighborhood.
A thoughtfully designed project in any environment respects its site and surroundings while making a statement of its unique identity. This holds true for a new Boutique Class A Office Building in Chicago, a remarkable mixed-use building at the corner of N. LaSalle and Illinois. Communicating its sense of belonging through timeless architecture and sensitive, ingenious site development, LJC delivered a remarkable building with an exceptionally well-planned, secure, and positive workplace environment for post-pandemic and onward. Thoughtful architecture and design, efficient floorplates, and building amenities specifically planned for the occupants’ health, safety, and enjoyment abound at 448 N. LaSalle.
Taking cues from the neighborhood’s eclectic art and entertainment community, the interior concept for 448 N. LaSalle is stylish and urban, open and loft-like. Exposed concrete slab ceilings and floors are bold and natural. Chiseled and polished with care and intention, they embody a harmonious aesthetic. Interior circulation stairs exemplify the complementary approach with chic light fixtures and upscale touches in this typically utilitarian service area.