From the groundbreaking design of its two towers to its best-in-class wellness experiences to the influential companies that call it home, Pru has been a hub of innovation and a symbol of Chicago’s entrepreneurial spirit ever since it first opened.


The towers that define Pru’s presence in the Chicago skyline have a rich history of innovation, with One Pru symbolizing a new era of prosperity for the city and Two Pru showcasing the city’s architectural and engineering prowess.  

Pru is the largest property in Chicago that is LEED Gold-Certified, demonstrating its commitment to energy- and resource-efficient environmental design, construction, operations and maintenance.

Pru also recently achieved WiredScore Platinum certification, the highest-level designation that proves a building meets exceptional standards for the quality of its digital infrastructure, resilience and wireless network.


Pru is dedicated to leading Chicago when it comes to a healthy and safe environment for all who enter its doors. In 2021, Pru became one of the first buildings in the country to achieve the now-coveted WELL Health-Safety Rating, an evidence-based rating that underscores enhanced performance in air and water quality management, sanitation, emergency preparedness and health service resources. Additionally, Pru received the RESET Air Certification, which is a marker of excellence in air quality.


Pru is committed to bringing the workplace experience to new heights with best-in-class amenities that deliver on quality of life and productivity. Providing an unrivaled workplace perk is The Rooftop at Pru, Chicago’s only elevated, open-air rooftop experience overlooking Millennium Park, the lakefront and skyline. The sky-high amenity welcomes tenants daily to its grassy lawn, outdoor lounge spaces and amphitheater seating. 

Adjacent to The Rooftop is the Wooftop Terrace, which is a pet-friendly outdoor space that features stunning views of the city. This unique amenity is a reflection of the building’s commitment to creating a welcoming environment for all, including those with furry companions.

Providing flexible workspaces to enhance productivity and foster collaboration in an open-concept setting is The Tenants Club at Pru. The state-of-the-art space also features a variety of communal lounge spaces and The View Café & Bar, which offers craft cuisine and coffee, plus a full menu of cocktails, beer, wine and bar bites for happy hour right at work. 

Pru’s tenant-only health club comes with a front row view of the city and premier gear, a Peloton cycling studio, boxing studio, expert nutritional guidance, and a wide range of indoor and outdoor fitness classes. 

Finally, The Nest at Pru includes three beautifully-appointed private rooms equipped with all accouterments necessary to welcome new mothers back to the workplace, as well as a communal lounge area. 



Pru is a hub and headquarter location for some of the world’s most influential and innovative companies across a wide range of industries. In the entertainment industry, Pru hosts American Movie Classics, a leading cable network that offers some of the best classic movies and original content. The building is also home to Pandora, the online music streaming service that revolutionized the way we listen to music and Dotdash Meredith, America’s largest digital and print publisher.

The sports industry has also found a home at Pru, with NASCAR setting up its offices here, and Wilson Sporting Goods, one of the most recognized brands in sports, headquartered here.

In the technology sector, Pru is home to SAS Institute, one of the most prominent software companies in the world, and in the media industry, CBS Viacom and Zeno Group, two of the largest media companies in the world, have their offices here. Crains and SMS Assist, leading technology and media companies, are also among the tenants.

Finally, retail leaders like Just Salad and Amazon Go are among the companies that call Pru home. These companies have revolutionized the retail industry with their innovative approaches and cutting-edge technology.

As the building continues to attract new and innovative companies, it will undoubtedly remain at the forefront of a new Chicago for years to come.