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One Pru stood as a beacon of rebirth and a new age of prosperity for Chicago when it was completed in 1955, as it ended a two-decade hiatus of skyscraper construction following The Great Depression and economic strain of World War II. The city’s tallest building at the time, One Pru quickly became Chicago’s most prestigious office address, serving as headquarters to some of the world’s most powerful companies, including pioneering ad agency Leo Burnett.
Each building, a landmark of its own. Together, a 2.3 million-square-foot powerhouse of influence and inspiration.
Nearly four decades later, Two Pru added 58 stories of striking postmodernist architecture to Chicago’s skyline. Designed by Stephen Wright, the building’s chevron setbacks offer a timeless architectural elegance, unmistakable from any angle. At its origin, Two Pru was the tallest reinforced concrete structure in the world at 995 feet and won several awards for structural design.
“41 stories of faith in the future of Chicago.” Chicago’s Mayor Daley, 1951
“We’re honored to give this storied Chicago landmark the new chapter it deserves.” Sterling Bay
BUILDING UPON A GREAT
True to its triumphant story, Pru has now been reimagined for a new wave of Chicago workforce and culture. Alongside the re-emergence of the East Loop, the prominent two-skyscraper development has been thoughtfully revitalized.
The result of these revitalization efforts is a high-end office and amenity experience that caters to the needs of the modern workforce. Most impressively, an eleventh floor roof deck overlooking Millennium Park offers Chicago’s most legendary gathering space, while a tenant lounge — designed and run by Convene — offers craft cuisine and a stylish contemporary backdrop for working or taking a mindful minute. Here, a storied Chicago landmark has found its new chapter as a platform for thought-leading companies of tomorrow.