Architect: William A. Swasey
160 ft. 13 floors
The LaSalle is one of the simplest old buildings downtown -- and one of the most handsome. With its thin profile, unadorned bay windows and simply decorated base, it seems a distant cousin of Chicago's landmark Monadonok Building.
- The LaSalle Building is one of two histooric high-rise buildings in St. Louis featuring bay windows from top to bottom. The other is the Chemical Building.