166 West Washington is a boutique, vintage jewel nestled amid towering skyscrapers and surrounded by every convenience a business office user could want, including restaurants of every variety, public transportation, shopping and much more. Recent upgrades have reactivated the exposed brick and raftered ceilings from yesteryear in many suites. The building's small floor plate provides elevator identity for all tenants, while the aggressive price structure makes 166 West Washington a rare, affordable option in downtown Chicago.
About the Central Loop |
The Central Loop offers proximate access to a multitude of Chicago essentials: the Daley Center, Thompson Center, City Hall, Ogilvie Transportation Center, Union Station, the Pedway, and all CTA buses and trains. A plethora of dining, shopping, entertainment, and city services abound, as well as the iconic Millennium Park, Michigan Avenue, and State Street shopping.
Ground floor retail, comes with basement, storage & bathroom on 2nd floorMonthly Rate
Single office for leaseMonthly Rate
Fully furnished unit.Monthly Rate
5 offices, reception, storageMonthly Rate
Can be combined with 525 & 530 for 1,092 spaceMonthly Rate
Can be combined with 525 and 520 to create 1,092 SF space. Contiguous with 520 and 525.Monthly Rate
Suite 520 & 525 combinedMonthly Rate
Can be combined with 520 and 525 for 1,092 spaceMonthly Rate
Loft space with 3 offices, a conference room and storage.Monthly Rate
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Ground floor retail, comes with basement, storage & bathroom on 2nd floor
$/SF modified gross
$23/SF modified gross
$35.58/SF modified gross
Single office for lease
$50.27/SF modified gross
Fully furnished unit.
5 offices, reception, storage
Can be combined with 525 & 530 for 1,092 space
$30.55/SF modified gross
Can be combined with 525 and 520 to create 1,092 SF space. Contiguous with 520 and 525.
Suite 520 & 525 combined
Can be combined with 520 and 525 for 1,092 space
Loft space with 3 offices, a conference room and storage.
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