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Chicago Board of Trade Building (LaSalle Street and Jackson Boulevard)

Chicago Board of Trade Building
Chicago Board of Trade Building


Ornamentation from the Art Deco era is on display at the must-see Chicago Board of Trade Building (LaSalle Street and Jackson Boulevard), a 1930 work of Holabird and Root.

National Historic Landmark

Statement of Significance (as of designation - June 2, 1978):
Established in 1848, this institution is considered perhaps the first genuine commodity exchange, developed as a response to the instability and chaos that existed in the Chicago grain markets in the 1840s. This 45 story structure was erected 1928-1930.


335 S La Salle St, Chicago


GPS Coordinates

1 -- Chicago Board of Trade
Decimal Lat: 41.877727 / Lon: -87.631576



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