1K Fulton

1K Fulton, originally a 1920s cold storage facility in Chicago’s West Loop, has been transformed into a cutting-edge LEED Gold certified building by Sterling Bay and Hartshorne Plunkard Architects. Spanning 550,000 square feet, it now houses office and retail spaces, including Google’s Chicago headquarters. The building’s history as a pivotal site in the meatpacking district is honored through a striking glass feature wall in the lobby, showcasing vibrant color photography that captures its industrial legacy and cultural significance.

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