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Elgin Tower Building

The tower was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

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An Elgin Icon since 1929

History

The Elgin Tower Building, originally the Home Banks Building, is a historic office building in downtown Elgin, Illinois. The tower is 186 feet tall and 15 stories. It was built in 1929 to house the Home National Bank and Home National Savings and Trust.

Architecture

The Elgin Tower Building is located at 100 E. Chicago St. in Elgin, between Douglas and N. Grove Avenues. This center-city area has historically been known as Fountain Square, generally accepted as the downtown area of Elgin.

Available Office Space

Our office space solutions can be tailored to almost every need, including entire floors and individual suites as they become available.

Our Tenants

A wide variety of tenants call the tower building home. Learn more!

Tower Happenings

BACKGROUND INFORMATION REGARDING THE STICKLING FOUNDATION

Real Estate Ownership History:
The Stickling Foundation was incorporated on March 18, 1997, by William R. Stickling.
The Foundation’s original board of directors was comprised of William R. Stickling, Neal  R. Pitcher […]

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A short community video made of the Elgin Tower Building, an art deco skyscraper located in the historic Downtown Elgin, IL.
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