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Wabash Conference Room

425 S. Michigan Avenue, 4th floor
Chicago, IL  60603

he newly constructed zig-zag skyscraper know simply as the "Wabash Building" was developed for Roosevelt University as an all-encompassing vertical campus. The structure is the nation's second tallest academic building, standing 32 stories high, and engulfed in blue and green glass. Striving and succeeding to set unprecedented standards, the building was awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification.

The Wabash Conference Room is located on the fourth floor of the Wabash Building. The 800 square foot space is fully equipped with state-of-the-art audio and visual capabilities. Immediately outside of the conference area is an equally sized lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows, offering a generous view of the downtown Loop.

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 Wabash Conference Room & Lobby


  • Projector with screen
  • DVD/Blue-Ray Player
  • Mounted flat-screen TV
  • Located in the heart of the city, one block from Michigan Avenue
  • Three blocks from Millennium Park
  • Near multiple hotels, restaurants and parking facilities
  • Within short walking distance of public transportation. 

Capacity & Dimensions


  • Lobby: 800 s.f.
  • Conference Room:  800 s.f.

View the specific floorplan on page 3 of the brochure.


  • Cocktail Receptions for up to 125 guests
  • Sit-down events for up to 80 guests
  • Conference seating for up to 70 guests


* Not-for-profit organizations may receive a 10% discount.
- There is a six hour rental maximum.

Contact Us

Gretchen McGinn
Phone  312-735-2902
Email Communication

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Venue Logic reserves the right for Roosevelt University to refuse rental of space to any organization at the sole discretion of the University. Events that do not serve to enhance the mission of Roosevelt University, or do not properly represent the standards of decorum of an academic institution, will not be accepted. Roosevelt University facilities generally are not available for political meetings or events, religious or sectarian meetings, corporate marketing events, or any gambling related events or activities.