Be Bold. Go west.
Just beyond the steel, glass, congestion and convention of the Loop, Fulton Market District has emerged as Chicago’s most culturally vibrant and amenity rich office destination. From meat-packing to trend-setting in less than a decade, the neighborhood’s transformation has been both swift and stunning.
Now, there will finally be a building as architecturally progressive as the forward-thinking companies who desire to call Fulton Market home. With its dramatic tiered design and spectacular amenities, 375 North Morgan will break further from the traditional workplace mold and become the neighborhood’s premier address.
- 185,000 SF industrial loft office building with nine exclusive terraces
- Hyper-efficient floor plate with expansive 30' x 33' column bays
- 13'6'' floor-to-floor heights
- Floor-to-ceiling warehouse style windows
- Robust modern infrastructure including digitally controlled HVAC
- Penthouse-level amenity center
- Adjacent warehouse special event space
- 49 in-building parking spaces / 50 in-building bike spaces
- Hotel inspired lobby level cafe
- Future white tablecloth restaurant located on first floor
Already a popular culinary destination since the mid-1990s, Fulton Market District has evolved into a dynamic, 24/7 neighborhood boasting a unique blend of art, culture, commerce, and lifestyle. Only 10 years ago, "Restaurant Row" was surrounded by legendary meat-packers and food distributors who imbued the neighborhood with an industrial authenticity still evident in the aging brick facades and warehouse windows adorning this once gritty enclave bordering the Loop.
Now, Fulton Market is home to Fortune 500 companies such as Google and (soon) McDonald’s, rapidly growing tech and media firms, a burgeoning retail corridor and several boutique hotels headlined by the new, directly adjacent Ace Hotel. But most importantly, Fulton Market’s reputation as Chicago’s culinary mecca has been burnished by the recent additions of highly regarded restaurants such as Elske, Bad Hunter, La Sirena Clandestina, Duck Duck Goat, and Roister – in addition to other celebrated neighborhood stalwarts such as Girl & the Goat, Swift & Sons, and Momotaro.