70 West Madison is a fifty-seven-story office building bounded by Madison, Dearborn, Clark and Calhoun Streets, occupying a prime location within the financial center and downtown commercial district of Chicago’s Loop. The Building is situated in the heart of Chicago’s vast public transportation system where trains, subway stations and major bus routes are in close proximity. Connected to the city’s underground pedestrian tunnel, the Building provides convenient covered access to several subway lines, area retail, restaurants, City Hall, the County Building and the Richard J. Daley Center which houses U.S. Circuit and Appellate Courts. Towering 767 feet over the City of Chicago, the Building consists of a fifty-seven-story west tower, twelve-story east tower, nine-story atrium and an indoor parking facility.