Chicago Board of Trade Building

141 W Jackson Blvd La Salle Street

Chicago Board of Trade Building

The Chicago Board of Trade Building is a historic landmark nestled in the heart of Chicago's financial district. Built in 1930, the art deco-style building served as the headquarters of the Chicago Board of Trade, one of the world's oldest and largest futures exchanges. The building is 44 stories tall and features a stunning lobby with a mural by American artist John W. Norton. The most striking feature of the building is its iconic 31-foot statue of Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture, which sits atop the building's dome.

Today, the Chicago Board of Trade Building is a popular tourist attraction due to its rich history and unique architecture. Visitors can take guided tours of the building, including the trading floor and the art deco lobby, which features stunning marble floors and a beautiful mural. The building is also home to a number of offices and businesses, making it a bustling hub of activity. From the top of the building, visitors can enjoy stunning views of Chicago's skyline and Lake Michigan.

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