We provided these services to CIM and Golub:

  • Strategic compliance partner

  • Permit management for all interior renovations and façade restoration

  • Code consulting

  • Landmarks coordination

The Tribune Tower is an historic building, formerly the headquarters to the Chicago Tribune, one of two major daily newspapers in Chicago. The new owners, CIM and Golub, are converting the campus to residential and expanding the retail presence along Michigan Avenue and Pioneer Court.

MAP Strategies is proud to be part of this ambitious plan. The main tower has been a designated Chicago landmark since 1989, and City rules require special care be taken when modifying landmarked structures. As part of the coordination with the City's Landmarks staff, MAPS worked with the development team to take the project through the Permit Review Committee process.

Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB)

Construction photos of the Tribune Tower and renovation