233 N Michigan, Chicago.

Freedom of movement

About the project

233 N Michigan Avenue is located around the corner of Michigan Plaza, Chicago. The building’s design is inspired by world-renowned architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – the brain behind many famous buildings across the globe like the Seagram Building (New York City) and The Pavilion (Barcelona). His style creates a feeling of light, openness and freedom of movement at the ground level. A style that – to date – is still applied to many new buildings, including 233 N Michigan. The bike room is just as spacious as the rest of the building, and filled with Hoops and Cradles.

Products included in the space

/ The Cradle
/ The Hoop
/ Bike Repair Stand

Location Chicago

Bike Parking Five At Heart

Who we’ve worked with...



North America