Efficiently Open in a Landmark

High ceilings, either exposed or dropped, and minimal columns create a spacious feeling even in a highly efficient dense layout. 

Create a dramatic entrance across from the historic Oriel staircase. Natural light pours in from all sides through oversized windows.


Offices. All With Natural Light

Every office can have access to natural light, either on the perimeter or on the splendid light court, so no one has an "interior office".

Achieve modern efficiencies in a unique historic icon with state-of-the-art IT infrastructure and build outs ranging from modern law firm offices to loft like creative and open tech spaces.


History Upgrade

The Rookery was completed by Daniel Burnham and John Root in 1888. Touched by luminaries Frank Lloyd Wright and William Drummond, it was later meticulously modernized to a sustainable LEED Gold office building. 

Common areas and restrooms have been upgraded to a marble rich five-star quality and The Rookery shines at night, lit by an award-winning LED design. First class building management caters to tenants' needs while ensuring a reliable environment.


Fit for You, Fit for Business

In addition to the historic Burnham Library, which is reserved for tenants, and a retail lobby experience comprised of Potbelly restaurant, Brooks Brothers, US Bank, Verizon, the Frank Lloyd Wright Gift Shop, and Dean Optical. 

Tenants also benefit from a special partnership with the JW Marriott and the W Marriott across the street for the use of a state-of-the-art fitness center, spa, conferencing facilities, and hotel room discounts. 


Elevator Upgrades

Full state-of-the-art elevator modernization is underway including new timeless interior cabs, as well as security control features.

Providing the latest elevator technology with Otis’ Compass Destination Dispatch system which will incorporate tenant directories and messaging.


Forward Thinking Technology

The Rookery has evolved into a tech-enabled, sustainable LEED Gold office building. Recent technology upgrades include state-of-the-art IT infrastructure, fully managed Class A telecom service, WI-FI in the lobby and common areas, and in-building Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for enhanced cellular phone service. Destination elevators and online visitor registration with digital credentials provide convenience and security. Redundant ComEd feeds from three substations ensure business continuity 24/7.