Chicago's ultimate office experience.
The building clearly defines five business objectives involving reduced risk, lower costs, enhanced flexibility, improved workflow productivity and high-quality workforce retention.
The 1.1-million-square-foot, 31-story 540 West Madison complex houses a 50,000-square-foot data center along with public amenities at street level, a large landscaped entry plaza, a 800-seat cafeteria and 390 parking spaces. To ensure uninterrupted 24/7 operations and boost energy efficiency, numerous features were incorporated including mission-critical infrastructure and a raised-floor HVAC and power/data distribution system.
6th Floor Roof Garden Terrace
An exquisitely landscaped oasis in the midst of busy city life.
The perfect place for a quick break, meeting space or private events for the exclusive use of our tenants.
Bright and airy with modern touches. Soon to welcome a one-of-a-kind glass sculpture that will take your breath away.
Spa & Fitness Center
Coming soon, a state-of-the-art spa and fitness center offers tenants personal training, fitness classes and a wide variety of spa services.
Coming soon, a warm and minimal bar featuring simple and familiar dishes.
Coming soon, an upscale seafood restaurant with outdoor seating. The perfect place for a business lunch or private dining event.
Unparalleled infrastructure using cutting-edge technology.
Technology center classification
Raised floor access
Central HVAC plant with redundant water-cooled chillers
On-site domestic water storage
Fire protection water storage
Highly redundant utility infrastructure
10MW of on-site stand-by generation
Under-floor distribution of power and communications cabling
N+1 Central chilled water plant with 5,000-tons capacity
800A 120/208V metered distribution on each floor capable of 7.1W/SF
Approximately 2MW of stand-by generator power
The best of Chicago's West Loop.
Located directly west of Ogilvie Station, 540 W Madison provides unparalleled commuter access by train, bus and car, and is within short walking distance of the many vibrant and diverse restaurants of the Randolph Street corridor.