Representing Chicago for more than 100 years as one of its most recognizable landmarks is Sullivan Center, formerly known as the Carson Pirie Scott building.
Having undergone one of the city's most aggressive and award-winning vintage restorations completed in 2011, Sullivan Center blends the qualities of a bygone era with virtually limitless 21st century technology, evolving into Chicago's number one Loop destination.
Occupying almost a full city block, bordered by State, Madison, Monroe and Wabash, Sullivan Center is well positioned in both size and location to support large retail, office, restaurant, school and entertainment users. The building contains more than 1,000,000 square feet of space and consists of large floor plates allowing for more than 90,000 square feet of rentable space per floor.
Sullivan Center Wins a 2013 ULI Chicago Vision Award (read more)
Sullivan Center is One of 20 Historical Buildings that is LEED Certified (read more)
Sullivan Center is a finalist in the 2013 Global Award of Excellence Competition (read more)
Thirteen Winners Announced in Urban Land Institute Chicago's 2013 Vision Awards (read more)
The Sullivan Center named a finalist for ULI's Chicago Vision Awards! (read more)