Fehr Law Group is located in Suite 1334 in one of Chicago’s most cherished historical and architectural landmarks, the Monadnock Building.
Situated in the heart of the Loop, it is surrounded by the Fisher Building, the Harold Washington Library, the Union League Club, the Old Colony Building and the Dirksen Federal Building. Completed in 1891, the north half of the building was designed by John Root and Daniel Burnham, who has long been regarded as Chicago’s most prominent architect. In addition to the north half of the Monadnock Building, Burnham designed a number of other famous buildings throughout the world. In 1909, he authored The Plan of Chicago, influencing the way every Chicagoan lives in the city today. The south half was designed by William Holabird and Martin Roche and completed in 1893. Holabird and Roche also designed Soldier Field, the Chicago Board of Trade Building, the Chicago City Hall and many more Chicago landmarks. When the Monadnock Building opened in 1892, it was the world’s largest office building. It remains the world’s tallest building supported by brick walls.
In addition to its historical and architectural charm, the Monadnock Building’s location provides a number of benefits to Fehr Law Group and its clients. We are across the street from the Dirksen Federal Building and just three blocks from the Richard J. Daley Center, making the federal and state courts readily accessible to our attorneys. Also, our clients can conveniently get to our office by bus or train. By train, we are a short walk from the Jackson stop on the Blue and Red lines, and the Harold Washington Library stop on the Brown, Purple, Orange and Pink lines.
We look forward to welcoming you to our office.