A wide range of shared resources, both inside and out, come together to create a community of exciting, sustainable innovation.

  • Lobby
  • Conference Rooms
  • Passenger & Freight Elevators
  • 24/7 Security
  • Drive-in Access Options
  • On-Site Parking 
  • High Speed Siemens EV Chargers
  • Lockable Interior and Exterior Bike Storage
  • Rideshare Drop Off
  • Hydroponic Garden
  • Green Walkways
  • Public and Private Roof Decks
  • Courtyard
  • Picnic Areas


The Terminal offers the latest in utilities, internet, and electrical, making it an ideal location for physical tech and natural science research.

  • Fiber Connectivity & High Speed Data
  • 8” Fire Protection Service & 1000 HP Pump
  • Gas Service with at Least 2# Pressure
  • New Domestic Water and Sanitary Plumbing Services
  • Low Flow Automatic Plumbing Fixtures
  • 3000A / 480V Electrical in Buildings A and B, with Modular Meter Banks
  • HVAC/Ventilation Flexibility
  • Built-in Redundancy with Room for Increased Capacity
  • Secured Interior Chemical Storage
  • LED Lighting 
  • Occupancy/Vacancy Sensors
  • Controlled Testing Environments
  • Sound & Vibration Attenuation
  • Insulated Skylights and Glazing with Low-E Coating
  • R-30 TPO Roofs
  • High Efficiency RTUs 
  • 300,000 Gallon Underground Storm Detention System
  • 360° Exterior Camera Coverage, Interior Monitoring, and a 911 Panic Button
  • Automated Patrol Robot by Knightscope

The Team

Cushman and Wakefield Logo
Cushman and Wakefield Logo

The Terminal’s leasing and property management team, Cushman & Wakefield is a global leader in commercial real estate services.

Karoline Eigel
Executive Director

Charlie Andersen
Associate Director

Lydia Schultz
Sr. Assistant Property Manager

IBT Group
IBT Group

Lead developers at The Terminal, IBT Group is dedicated to meeting the needs of the Humboldt Park community by supporting the visions of their partners, investors, and tenants alike.

Gary Pachucki

1354 N. Kostner
Chicago, IL 60651

Experts in contextual, inclusive, and timeless design, Ratio was charged with reimagining the Terminal’s architecture and interior design.

Andrea Caputo
Chicago Interiors Leader

30 W. Monroe, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60603

Mansuetto Office
Mansuetto Office

Passionate about creating authentic value and positive impact, the Mansueto Office sees their investment in The Terminal as an investment in the prioritization of the greater Humboldt Park community.

Ari Glass

The Wrigley Building
400 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 350
Chicago, IL 60611

Arco Murray
Arco Murray

Optimizing the construction process with their unique design-build methodology, ARCO/Murray is bringing The Terminal to life while delivering the very best experience.

Ross Allen

Paul Schulenburg
Project Manager

113 N. May St 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60607

The nation’s leading specialists, Ryan, LLC oversees the preservation of the Pyle-National building with strategies that are at once practical, focused, and proven.

Andrew J. Elders
Director, Historic Tax Credits
331.271.1390 Direct
309.373.2538 Mobile

311 S. Wacker Drive, Suite 4800
Chicago, IL 60606

Mauge Logo
Mauge Logo

Responsible for the branding and marketing of The Terminal, Mauge is a creative boutique in Chicago’s Wicker Park-Bucktown, with a history of success in three main categories: Real Estate + Hospitality, Venture + Enterprise, and Auto + Moto.

Ginna Ryan

1629 N. Milwaukee Ave. Second Floor
Chicago, IL 60647


We have come a long way since The Terminal’s construction began in 2020. Here’s a quick look at some of our progress.

Watch Video: The Terminal’s Beginnings

Building A Lobby
Building A Second Floor
Grand Staircase


Built by the venerable Pyle National Company, known for keeping America’s railroads lit for decades, The Terminal’s new home is nothing if not a reminder of Chicago’s innovative heritage. Motivating us today is the opportunity to keep that legacy alive. Check out the timeline below to see more about what that means.

  1. 1897

    Royal C. Vilas founds The Pyle-National Electric Headlight Company.

    March 5, 1897

    The first electric headlight equipment produced by the company are shipped to Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad.

  2. 1913

    Pyle introduces the first successful electric headlight utilizing the incandescent lamp.

  3. 1915

    A bill is presented to Congress requiring that headlights be installed on all locomotives.

  4. 1916

    The company moves to 1334 N. Kostner Avenue, Chicago, and shortens its name to “The Pyle-National Company”.

  5. 1920

    Mid 1920s

    Pyle-National provides the lighting for Soldier Field Stadium

  6. 1933

    Pyle-National provides the lighting for Wrigley Field and Wrigley Tower in anticipation of the World’s Fair returning to Chicago.

  7. 1963

    Pyle-National sells off its original product lines of locomotive lighting equipment and moves its manufacturing to South Carolina.

  8. 1992

    Pyle-National evacuates the building and the plant is converted into storage, office space, and automotive repair shops.

  9. 2020

    August 2020

    ARCO Murray Construction begins at 1334 N Kostner Ave

    September 2020

    New Lobby area is cleaned out

    October 2020

    Scaffolding is erected in preparation for parapet demo and rebuild at west high parapet

    November 9th, 2020

    Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Mayor Lori Lightfoot + Roof Work begins

    December 2020

    Roofing continues to progress

  10. 2021

    January 2021

    Interior demolition continues

    February 2021

    Great Room and Second Floor demolition is completed

    November 2021

    Phase 1 construction on Building A is completed

  11. 2022

    January 2022

    EeroQ named The Terminal’s first tenant

    November 2022

    The Terminal wins NAIOP Chicago 2022 Office Redevelopment of the Year

  12. 2023

    March 2023

    The Terminal wins the 2023 Greater Chicago Food Depository Redevelopment of the Year