We call it The Platinum Advantage.
Successful businesses call it home.
Successful businesses have an advantage: The Platinum Advantage.
It's where they office. It's about their image. It's about the attention they receive. It's about winning and retaining clients.
The Platinum Advantage is the experience and extraordinary level of service and amenities available exclusively to our tenants.
The services offered rivals those of luxury hotels and includes:
- complimentary concierge
- on-site restaurants, food service and customized catering
- a premier full-service health club
- a dedicated commuter transport service
- underground private valet parking
- ample secured bike storage
- a reliable messenger center
- a state-of-the-art conference center
- professional cobbler services
Delivered by experienced, highly trained team of managers and specialists who provide personalized services for each tenant, The Platinum Advantage elevates the working experience, making it more convenient, productive and rewarding.
An Exclusive Experience
An Impeccable Level of Quality
Designed 'green' from the ground up.
And now LEED® Platinum certified
With its vibrant 'green' roofs, gorgeous landscaping fed by harvested rainwater, glittering thermal-glass curtain walls, expansive sunlit interiors and state-of-the-art, high-efficiency infrastructure, 353 North Clark has been one of Chicago's most environmentally advanced structures since it opened in 2009.
And now, as of May 2015, we have achieved the ultimate environmental milestone: LEED Platinum certification—the highest level of distinction awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for best-in-class building strategies and practices. Only 7% of all LEED-qualifying structures globally have achieved this ultimate sustainability status.
LEED-certified buildings cost less to operate, reduce energy and water resources by as much as 40% and ultimately create a healthier environment, both inside and outside, for employees and the community.
- Learn more about 353 North Clark's commitment to the environment.
- To learn more about the LEED certification process, visit usgbc.org
The LEED® certification trademark is owned by the U.S. Green Building Council.