About 10 & 120

10 and 120 South Riverside Plazas are well-recognized sites along the west branch of the Chicago River and part of Chicago's hottest submarket, the West Loop. The picturesque, landscaped plaza with a riverfront promenade is a popular meeting place for tenants and visitors, offering full-service outdoor dining and beautiful riverfront views.
The distinctive twin buildings attract and retain some of Chicago's best tenants with business amenities such as 24-hour security, on-site management, engineering, and two conference rooms available for use. Large floor plates feature column-free spans and are ideal for effortless space planning, including open layouts.
Flanked by Chicago's two major Metra rail stations, no downtown address offers greater commuter convenience than 10 and 120 South Riverside. Not only are the buildings located directly between Union Station and the Ogilvie Transportation Center / Northwestern Station, but both also offer easy interstate access via Madison and Monroe streets. CTA elevated trains are within walking distance.
Building Facts and Figures
  • Year Built: 1965/1967
  • Architect: Skidmore, Owings, Merrill
  • Number of Floors: 22 floors with approximately 705,406 sq. ft. of rentable space
  • Typical Floor Plate: Approximately 36,000 sq. ft. of rentable space.
  • Number of Elevators: 12 high-speed passenger elevator cars, 6 low-rise and 6 high-rise.
  • Number of Stairwells: 4
  • Design Wattage: 6.5 watts per sq. ft.
  • Loading Dock Dimensions
    • Length: 85 feet
    • Depth: 24 feet
  • Freight Elevator Dimensions
    • Door Height: 10 feet at center
    • Door Width: 3 feet, 7 inches
    • Cab Length: 7 feet, 7 inches
    • Cab Width: 5 feet, 1 inch
    • Load: 4,000 pounds
  • Floor Loading
    • Typical Live Load: 50 pounds per sq. ft.
    • Typical Dead Load: 20 pounds per sq. ft.