Located directly west of Ogilvie Station, 540 W Madison provides unparalleled commuter access by train, bus and car. 540 West Madison is within short walking distance of the many vibrant and diverse restaurants of the Randolph Street corridor.
Rooftop beehives sustain local flora and aid in honey bee research. Most of our properties have hives on their roofs
Rainwater harvesting is a technique of collection and storage of rainwater into natural reservoirs or tanks
540 West Madison was built with an infrastructure ahead of its time. With a technology center classification, raised floor access, a central HVAC plant with redundant N+1 water-cooled chillers with a 5,000 ton capacity, On-site domestic water storage and a redundant 10MW onsite power generator 540 West Madison was built for tomorrows data centers and business needs.
In addition to 540 West Madison’s highly redundant utility infrastructure it has modular floor plates with distribution of power and communications cabling under the floors. While delivering 800Amps at 120 or 208 Volts with an average capacity of 7.1 watts per square foot, tenants can set up their work environments any way they like with out being limited by where the building’s infrastructure is physically located. Power and data where it’s needed and no where else.
540 W Madison is a LEED Platinum building with a lot of cutting edge technology powering it.