321 North Clark Building Rates

Effective July 3, 2017, the building labor rates at 321 North Clark will increase for a number of services as shown on this attached updated schedule. Our Building Services labor rates have remained relatively constant for several years and has not kept pace with the union labor rates charged to the building. After doing a survey of several like kind buildings in the market, we believe the new rates are in line and competitive to other buildings.

Please contact the Building Management Office with any questions you may have about these increases.


Wendella Corporate Cruiser APP

Wendella’s Corporate Cruiser APP is now live. The instructions below are very simple.

The APP is listed as “Wendella Corporate Cruiser” on the Apple APP Store and Google Play Store. Once the APP is downloaded, the user will select “Tap Here to Register” and enter their information including name, email, and select “Riverfront Plaza.” The information entered must match exactly what is listed with the Water Taxi Registration on the Hines Property Website. Once submitted, your ticket will appear on the cell phone screen and be saved in the APP.

Tenants who have not registered may do so by visiting the Property Website, www.hinesnorthclark.com, select the tab Water Taxi Registration.  New applicants should expect between 8 business days after registering with Property Management before they are eligible in the “APP”.

Effective July 3, 2017 the building access cards will no longer be accepted on the Water Taxi.

Should you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact the Building Management Office.


Clark Street Bridge and Sidewalk Repairs

Beginning February 6, 2017 through August 18, 2017, the City of Chicago has advised Building Management of work being performed on Clark Street. Click here to see the scope of work and alternate routes.

Zika Virus

Hines is monitoring the status of the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne illness that is starting to appear in the US.

Hines Central in Houston receives information from agencies including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC), as well as International SOS. Key action and related information to date has been focused on mosquito bite prevention, reduction of mosquito breeding environments and travel guidelines to/from affected areas.

Attached is a Zika Fact Sheet from International SOS.  Please click on the links below if you would like more information:

 Please feel free to contact the Hines Management Office with any questions you may have.