The First National Plaza office space in Illinois is located in a distinctive building reflecting the style of the Chicago School of architecture. The most striking feature of the Three First National Plaza building is its 57 story, faceted tower - clad in Carnelian granite and tinted glass and featuring a world-class sculpture by Henry Moore in its atrium-roofed lobby. Conveniently situated in the heart of The Loop, the city's famous business and financial district, there is also pedway access to government offices and the county courthouse. Chicago offers an advantage over many global cities in business costs. In KPMG's 2010 Guide to Competitive Alternatives, Chicago was ranked one of the most cost-effective cities in the world for doing business - ahead of London, New York, and Boston. The center is well equipped to cope with larger business events, thanks to its spacious 300sq ft conference room.