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29 November 2012

Retrofit Chicago's Commercial Buildings Initiative

This past June, Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the "Retrofit Chicago" program, a private effort to make 14 office and hotel buildings downtown Chicago more energy-efficient. The voluntary program is projected to cut the energy costs of all structures by $5 million a year and reduce energy consumption by 20%. The following buildings are participating:

  • The Wrigley Building, 400-410 North Michigan Avenue 
  • 515 North State Street, 515 North State Street
  • Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers, 301 East North Water Street
  • NBC Tower, 454 North Columbus Drive
  • InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile, 505 North Michigan Avenue
  • The Marquette Building, 140 South Dearborn Street
  • Hyatt Center, 71 South Wacker Drive
  • One Financial Place, 440 South LaSalle Street
  • Fifth Third Center, 222 South Riverside Plaza
  • The AT&T Building, 225 West Randolph Street
  • CNA Headquarters, 333 South Wabash Avenue
  • Santa Fe Building, 224 South Michigan Avenue
  • 333 North Michigan Avenue, 333 North Michigan Avenue
  • Franklin Center, 227 West Monroe Street & 222 West Adams Street

Click here to see a high resolution flight of the buildings.

More information on the program here.

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