Renovation and tenant improvement in historic Court House Place building

Bartlit Beck

Project Description

54 W. Hubbard, also known as Court House Place, is a Chicago landmark. This 70,000 sq. ft. structure was built in 1893 and many of the original features (exposed brick, window trim, and vaults) were combined with high-end finishes including aluminum crown molding and GFRG column covers to achieve a unique look. Our team had to overcome challenges associated with elevator shaft renovations, roof repairs and floor trenching

Photography: © Garrett Rowland | Design by Gensler


Interior Walls And Ceilings
General Contractor
Pepper Construction
Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP
Corporate office
July 2018
Coffered ceiling light fixtures and exposed brick Basketball-themed conference room in the new Bartlit Beck offices which occupy a historic Chicago building