As the second tallest building in North America, it’s impossible to miss Willis Tower when admiring Chicago’s skyline. The 110-story skyscraper opened to the public as Sears Tower in 1984 and was officially renamed Willis Tower in 2009. A decade later, Blackstone and EQ Office led the building’s biggest restoration to-date, and the fully-modernized tower is now home to hundreds of businesses, many of which are based in Industrious Willis Tower. The newly-renovated shared workplace has private offices and suites for teams of all sizes. Along with Industrious’ staple amenities — such as daily breakfast, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a dedicated Community Manager — members can enjoy a benefit exclusive to this space: a showroom collection of soundproof meeting rooms, focus rooms, and phone booths from ROOM, which designs modular workspaces.

Industrious Willis Tower has a range of private offices and suites available in Chicago’s tallest building.
Members can take advantage of ROOM’s Meeting Room for small team huddles free from noise and distractions.
Members can enjoy lunch — and stunning views of the city — from the building’s outdoor spaces.
ROOM’s soundproof phone booths are available for private calls and heads-down work.