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The Chicago Traveler

321 North Clark

by Matt B on December 17th, 2007

321 North Clark

321 North Clark, formerly known as Quaker Tower, is one of several green glass office towers built along the Chicago River, complementing the natural hue of the water. Completed in 1987, this 510-foot (155-meter) high building was initially meant to be one of a pair. Offices in this building have great views of the lake, river, and city. (Flatwater, a seafood-focused restaurant, sits in this tower on the river’s edge.)

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321 North Clark

Photo credit: Flipped Out, vxla, Antre

321 N Clark St
Public trans: Bus # 22, 156
Blue/Brown/Green/Orange/Purple/Pink Line train (Clark)
Brown/Purple Line train (Merchandise Mart)

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