The building is anchored by West Madison Street, West Washington Street, North Jefferson Street and North Clinton streets. It was completed in 2003. The building has a total of 29 floors that span 453 feet. Cost are estimated to have been near $387 million (US). It took approximately 3 years to erect. It goal was to comprise all office workers in Chicago from the five buildings the company occupied previous to the construction of the Plaza.
The building is now owned by Bank of America. Ownership was transferred when BofA purchased LaSalle Bank from ABN AMRO. The icon green and yellow shield was removed in the spring of 2008 from the building's top.