Loading Dock

The docks are located on the west side of the buildings on Canal Street between Madison and Monroe for 10 S Riverside Plaza and between Monroe and Adams for 120 S Riverside Plaza, and can be reached from either street. The dock can only be used for tenant's furniture and construction deliveries, construction debris, building trash removal, and construction personnel transport.

During normal operating hours, users of the loading dock are permitted to occupy dock space for a period of no longer than 30 minutes. Once loading or unloading is complete, the vehicle must leave the dock area. At no time during operating hours shall parking be allowed at the loading dock.

Loading Dock Reservations

Reservations for the Loading Dock may be made through Building Engines. All reservations must be submitted no later than two (2) business days prior to the reservation date.

Use of the building’s loading dock must be in compliance with the following:
  • All delivery personnel must present a bill of lading showing the name of the tenant or a letter of authorization from the tenant.
  • All vehicles must have commercial license plates.
  • All vehicles are limited to 30 minutes in the loading dock during regular hours.
  • All vehicles, toolboxes, etc. and their contents are subject to inspection.
  • After hours, weekend, and building holiday use must be prearranged with the Office of the Building.
  • All engines must be turned off.
  • No smoking, radio playing, littering, or disorderly behavior is permitted.
  • All pallets, boxes, refuse, etc. must be removed from the premises.
  • Doors leading to the freight elevators must not be propped open.
  • All goods loaded onto the freight elevators must be packaged properly.
  • Loose materials such as sand and cement must be transported in sealed bags.
  • Any violators may be removed, denied future access, or result in the vehicle being ticketed or towed.
  • All loading dock users must meet insurance requirements of the Building.
  • The Chicago Noise Ordinance is strictly enforced.
Damage caused to the loading dock, freight elevator, tenant, or public areas of the building must be reported immediately to the Office of the Building and satisfactory arrangements must be made to repair the damage at the contractor's, vendor’s, or tenant’s expense. Users of the loading dock are required to leave the area(s) clean (broom swept and wet mopped) and free of debris. Use of the building dumpster for debris removal is not permitted. If the facilities are not cleaned, the user of the facilities shall be charged for the clean-up of these areas. Dumpsters may NOT be placed at the loading dock during normal operating hours without prior authorization from the Office of the Building.

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