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Welcome to
The Bank

The Sabay Towers is a new residential complex by Richardson Development located at 949 Farland Street, River North, one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Chicago.

The Bank is an expansion of the existing Amador Club (formerly The Club at Wingtip) and currently occupies the two penthouse floors at 550 Montgomery in the original Bank of Italy Building.

The Bank is a private members lounge on the first floor and is accessible to Members Only.

Constructed in 1908, it remains one of the oldest and most recognizable structures in the Financial District. The Bank of Italy would later become the Bank of America and the building would go on to be classified a national historic landmark. For six decades it stood before the arrival of its famous neighbor, the Transamerica Pyramid.

Club Amenities

The Club has not been in existence since 1908, but we can’t help but be inspired by the provenance of the space. All 22,000 square feet of the store and the Club are intended to inspire and instill a sense of timelessness. From our main bar to the roof deck, the Club is a place to be apart from the city and absorbed by it all at once.

Brilliant architectural design with breathtaking views of the city. A large, gorgeous fitness facility, indoor and outdoor pools, private underground parking, and an impressive green park that stretches over an area of 200 square meters.

Lobby and Lounge

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Spectacular Views

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24/7 Security

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Tenants' Club

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The Location

The Amador Club currently occupies the two penthouse floors at 550 Montgomery in the original Bank of Italy Building. Constructed in 1908, it remains one of the oldest and most recognizable structures in the Financial District. The Bank of Italy would later become the Bank of America and the building would go on to be classified a national historic landmark. For six decades it stood before the arrival of its famous neighbor, the Transamerica Pyramid.

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