Located at the northwest corner of LaSalle and Jackson Streets in Chicago, the Chicago Fed is the heart of Chicago’s financial district. Several rapid transit trains and busses are steps away from our main entrance. On-street parking and garages are one block west.
The Bank building was designed in a neoclassical architectural style and completed in 1922. It was designed by the firm of Graham, Anderson, Probst and White, which also developed many of the city's architectural landmarks including the Wrigley Building, the Shedd Aquarium, and the Wintrust building, which is directly across the street. Subsequent building renovations have led to a Gold LEED environmental award.