Green Tip of the Month
Wondering what to do with the Christmas tree and the old televisions, computers, etc. which were upgraded with newer versions this holiday season? The answer is simple – Recycle!!! Helpful tips: To locate your nearest Christmas tree recycling program, use Earth911.com. Click on this link and enter “Christmas trees” in the “recycling centers” box and your zip code or state in the second box: http://www.Earth911.com . In addition, in some areas, community groups, like the Boy Scouts, will pick up the trees from the curbside for a small donation and take them to the nearest recycling center for you. To recycle electronics, visit e-stewards.org to find a responsible recycler. Please note that many groups will say that they recycle electronics – if they are not certified by e-stewards, there is a good chance that the items will not actually be recycled, but will be sent to India, Africa & China where they will be added to the growing piles of global e-waste which is damaging the environment & the health of the individuals tasked with dismantling these electronics.

The Fleet is HERE!!
We are excited to announce that Prudential Plaza and Aon Center have partnered to launch a NEW Fleet of TEN fully-electric, zero emission shuttle buses for our Tenants!

The bus service is called The Fleet, and features high-impact, nautical-themed exterior bus wraps. The shuttles are designed with luxury interiors, including high back seating and wood grain flooring, increased fleet size with an option for standees, ADA compliant wheelchair accessibility, climate-controlled interiors, and GPS tracking for ease of accessibility.

Bus tickets are now sold on-line at prudentialplaza.clickandpark.com. Be sure to use code "PRUPLAZA" for access to the correct account.

Current paper 10-ride tickets will only be valid until January 31, 2017.

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About Prudential Plaza
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Prudential Plaza consists of two Class A high-rise office towers, totaling approximately 2.2 million square feet, which are located in the East Loop of Chicago, Illinois. The two office towers share a common lobby and mezzanine level. The buildings are situated on a beautifully landscaped 3.3 acres and also have a five-level underground parking garage.

Prudential Plaza occupies a full city block and is connected to an underground network of pedestrian walkways which provide direct access to hotels, retail services, City Hall, the Chicago Transit Authority main subway and elevated lines and the Metra Randolph Street Station.

Prudential Plaza is located in the East Loop submarket, which is home to a prestigious tenant roster as well as many of Chicago's premier cultural institutions including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Goodman Theatre and Orchestra Hall. The building spaces provide breathtaking views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and the city skyline as well as provide easy access to Grant Park and North Michigan Avenue's "Magnificent Mile" shopping district and are situated directly across the street from Chicago's newly developed world-class Millennium Park.

Pertinent facts on Prudential Plaza are as follows:

Number of Office Floors:

One Prudential Plaza: 41
Two Prudential Plaza: 58
Building Size: One Prudential Plaza:
1.2 million square feet
Two Prudential Plaza:
1 million square feet
Completion Year: One Prudential Plaza: 1955
Two Prudential Plaza: 1990
Major Renovations: One Prudential Plaza:
1990, 2014
Two Prudential Plaza: N/A
Building Address:

One Prudential Plaza:
130 East Randolph Drive
Two Prudential Plaza:
180 North Stetson
Architect: One Prudential Plaza:
Naess and Murphy
Two Prudential Plaza:
Loeb, Schlossman and Hackl