Construction work is nearing completion on 110 N Wacker, a 56-story office tower reaching 817-feet tall at its namesake address of 110 N Wacker Drive in the Loop. Located on a riverside full-block lot along N Wacker Drive between W Washington Street and W Randolph Street, the project is designed by architect Goettsch Partners and developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation and Riverside Investment & Development.
Recent photos show the finished look of the façade, with a glass and aluminum curtain wall enveloping the stepped massing that encompasses the trapezoidal shape of the site. With no hoist or tower crane on site, it looks like things are nearing the finish line. Photos show that the only exterior work that remains appears to be the outdoor area along the waterfront. It is unclear how much interior work remains.
110 N Wacker will be mainly used as office space, and features amenities including a fitness center on 23rd and 24th floors, a third level conference center, and a few outdoor terraces. Permits filed also indicate a banking facility on the ground floor. The building will be a total of 1,770,000 square feet, with office floor plates listed as between 26,000 and 30,000 square feet each. Tenants will also have access to ground-level green space along the riverfront.
There are many options for public transportation nearby, with the closest being CTA bus stops at the corners of the site. The nearest CTA L station is Washington/Wells, serviced by the Brown, Pink, Orange, and Purple Lines, only a four-minute walk away.
110 N Wacker is available for leasing now although the final completion date has not yet been announced. Occupancy will most likely be subject to office build-outs for tenants. Permit filings show that tenant build-outs have begun with the largest being Bank of America on floors 4-20, and 26. Other build-outs have begun on floors 2, 23, 24, 28-30, 38, 43-44, and 50-52.