|Country||United States of America|
|Year||1926 - 1927|
|Height||169.8 m / 557 ft|
Graham, Anderson, Probst & White
|Address||55 East Washington Street|
terra cotta facade
- The second-tallest building in Chicago at the time of completion, after the Temple Building.
- At the time, this was considered Chicago's tallest building, but the Temple Building's height was later corrected to be slightly taller than the Pittsfield Building.
- Built by the heirs of Marshall Field.
- Named after the town where Marshall Field got his first job.