Olympia Centre

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The Olympia Centre

The Olympia Centre is a skyscraper in Chicago. It is a mixed use building consisting of offices in the lower part of the building and residences in the narrower upper section. It was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, and at 725 ft (221 m) tall, with 63 floors, it is Chicago's tallest mid-block building. The exterior is Swedish granite, which was completed in Italy. [1] Construction started in 1981, and was completed in 1986. The building's name is connected through the original developer, Olympia and York of Toronto.

The building is divided into three zones: a retail zone occupied by Neiman Marcus, commercial office space from floors 6 through 23, and private condominium residences from floors 24 through 63.

Weissbluth Pediatrics is located in Suite[1] 820 in the Olympia Centre and is the only pediatric practice in the city of Chicago performing house call visits for its families.

The Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago (在シカゴ日本国総領事館 Zai Shikago Nippon-koku Sōryōjikan) is located in Suite 1100 in the Olympia Centre.[2][3]

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Position in Chicago's skyline[edit]

311 South Wacker Willis Tower Chicago Board of Trade Building 111 South Wacker AT&T Corporate Center Kluczynski Federal Building CNA Center Chase Tower Three First National Plaza Mid-Continental Plaza Richard J. Daley Center Chicago Title and Trust Center 77 West Wacker Pittsfield Building Leo Burnett Building The Heritage at Millennium Park Crain Communications Building IBM Plaza One Prudential Plaza Two Prudential Plaza Aon Center Blue Cross and Blue Shield Tower 340 on the Park Park Tower Olympia Centre 900 North Michigan John Hancock Center Water Tower Place Harbor Point The Parkshore North Pier Apartments Lake Point Tower Jay Pritzker Pavilion Buckingham Fountain Lake Michigan Lake Michigan Lake MichiganThe skyline of a city with many large skyscrapers; in the foreground are a green park and a lake with many sailboats moored on it. Over 30 of the skyscrapers and some park features are labeled.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weissbluthpediatrics.com
  2. ^ "Home Page". Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago. Retrieved January 31, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Contact, Hours, & Directions." Consulate-General of Japan in Chicago. Retrieved on March 7, 2010.

Coordinates: 41°53′47″N 87°37′24″W / 41.8965°N 87.6233°W / 41.8965; -87.6233