People tend to check in during these times:
This Art Deco skyscraper, designed by Holabird & Root and completed in 1930, was the tallest building in Chicago until the Daley Center was built in 1965.
Use the Van Buren enterance in evenings and weekends as the main Jackson enterance is closed.
Go to Cere for happy hour! $5.50 gets you a rocks glass full of vodka!
featured in the movie: the dark knight, it was the fictitious location for wayne enterprises... also in ferris buelers day off, i walk by this place in the morning when the traders are smoking cigs
The center of the derivatives universe. Little known fact: the statue of Ceres on the roof has no face. They never thought anyone would be close enough to notice.
Supposed to be a place of business but it's not even close
Actually the CBOT is not the floor for Ferris. It was the CME floor.
The flower shop inside the building has the most unique arrangements that I've ever seen. Perfect if you're trying to impress someone with an arrangement that doesn't look average.
The location of Wayne Enterprises in Batman Begins.
The capture of the Joker in "The Dark Knight" was filmed on LaSalle right outside this building.
Check out the old vault in the basement near the toilets
Staying late again...
If u get thirsty whilst trading... Stop over at Cactus Beach Bar for daily happy hour specials.
Building on the heritage of CME, CBOT, NYMEX and COMEX, CME Group serves the risk management needs of customers around the globe.
The courtway just west of the CBT is a nice place to sit and drink a beer afterwork.
The best star on CNBC is Rick Santelli he trades in the pits at CBOT and was nice enough to say hi to me! made my day and my year
Strongest drinks in the city at Ceres. Defy you to drink 3
Great example of Art Deco architecture.
Closed to the general public after Sept. 11.
did you know there's a massage therapist in the building? book firstname.lastname@example.org
This 45 story Art Deco masterpiece was designed by Holabird & Root in 1930.
Bar called Ceres makes the stiffest drink in Chicago
Did you know this building is also the home for our StreetWise vendors?
In "The Chicago Code's" final episode, Jarek Wysocki is seen talking to Gibbons outside this building. Jarek questions him about the photograph of his fallen brother, Vincent.
Practice your trader hand signals at the CME Group’s Visitor Center.