The Haymarket Building sits on a historic piece of land in the West Loop. The area is once known as Haymarket Square that was filled with working-class people and had one of the busiest farmers' markets in the city. It is also very well known for the Haymarket affair that took place on May 4, 1886, that sent shockwaves around the country for the labor movement.
Located at 117 N Jefferson between W Randolph and W Washington, the Haymarket Building is a three-story structure totaling 42,000 SF. This beautiful loft office building has exposed brick and timber on the inside and even offers office space on the lower level.
Located near the Haymarket Building is the Clinton Pink & Green Line station, Ogilvie Transportation Center, and access to I-90. For dining, the structure is steps away from the French Market, Wishbone, Au Cheval and other popular West Loop/Fulton Market restaurants.
Open space with a kitchen and bathroomMonthly Rate
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$30/SF modified gross
Open space with a kitchen and bathroom
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