Chicago Board of Trade (Reported Closed)

141 W Jackson Blvd ChicagoIL60604
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Chicago Board of Trade is located at 335 S La Salle St, Chicago, IL. This business specializes in Travel Agents.
by merchantcircle on August 20, 2015 from merchantcircle

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Know Before You Go:
The Chicago Board of Trade is currently closed to the public, due to security concerns. However, high school and affiliate groups that have pre-arranged their visit are welcome.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

This American icon of commerce is exciting to watch at work.:
Overview
Anchoring the ""commerce canyon"" of LaSalle Street, the stately Chicago Board of Trade building disguises a pumping energy within its walls. The world's largest futures and...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on October 13, 2006 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Vased Flowers At Chicago Board of Trade is a full service floral design company located in Chicago, Illinois. We are a family business with three locations throughout the city - and we provide customers with professional floral care for a variety of occasions. We feel the support you provide us as customers is invaluable to us. So we make several benefits available to our recurring...
by judysbook on September 06, 2014 from judysbook
A Family Business Supplying Professional Floral Design to Chicago and Beyond. Vased Flowers At Chicago Board of Trade is a full service floral design company located in Chicago, Illinois. We are a family business with three locations throughout the city - and we provide customers with professional floral care for a variety of occasions. We feel the support you provide us as customers is...
by 8coupons on August 25, 2014 from 8coupons
Capping the end of LaSalle Street and all of its neoclassical buildings is the imposing art deco tower of the Chicago Board of Trade. Built in 1930 by Holabird and Root, this is the second Board of Trade building to be constructed on the site. (Its predecessor, was designed by William W. Boyington in 1885 when traders' needs outgrew the building's space.) High atop the building is a statue of...
by yahoolocal on November 01, 2012 from yahoolocal