36 S. State St.
Chicago, IL 60603
United States
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Jack J. Sitt
State Street is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is home to architecturally, culturally and historically significant retail buildings
Frontage on State Street and Monroe Street
Why this location?

Unparalleled location

Located between Monroe and Adams Streets, 36 S. State St. boasts convenience and class. On the National Register of Historic Places, the area is home to architecturally, culturally and historically significant retail buildings. The famed Millennium Park, historic landmarks, theaters and museums bring countless visitors to the area, giving your brand the opportunity to receive significant traffic.

Heavily Trafficked Shopping District

State Street is home to all of the top brands Chicago has to offer. Macy’s, just two blocks away, is the second largest department store in the world, occupying an entire city block of 1.4 million SF. A destination spot for shoppers everywhere, State Street draws millions of shoppers annually to its grand “retail palaces” and surrounding shopping opportunities.

High-Density Trade Area

The property is centrally located, just six blocks from the Sears Tower and adjacent to the bustling Financial District. With 1.3 million visitors annually, The Chicago Art Institute generates significant pedestrian traffic in the State Street area. Additionally, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Center, located half a block east, draws 200,000 visitors annually. Once known as the “world’s busiest corner,” approximately 70,000 people per day come to the intersection of State and Madison Streets, providing excellent visibility for your brand.

Excellent Retail Opportunity

36 S. State St. offers retailers up to 15,000 SF of unparalleled retail space, and frontages of 95 feet on State Street and 102 feet on Monroe Street.

Leasing Agent: Jack J. Sitt