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Adjacent public parking garage
Steps away from the Quincy CTA stop and the suburban Metra train stations
209 W Jackson is a 12-story brick building that was built in 1897 and designed by Architect Charles Sumner Frost, who also designed Navy Pier. Currently 209 W Jackson is in the process of a full building renovation, including lofted spec suites, the building lobby, elevator cabs, common corridors and restrooms. In addition, ownership is adding a new building conference room and tenant lounge.
Manned security and various retailers are onsite, including Starbucks & Luke's Beef. 209 W Jackson is steps from the upgraded Quincy “L” stop and a short walk to the commuter train stations. There is also an adjacent public parking garage with discounted parking.