JPMorgan Chase Tower is the tallest composite building in the world. The 60th floor Sky Lobby offers a spectacular vista of Houston and Joan Miró's 55-foot steel sculpture, Personage With Birds.
JPMorgan Chase Tower offers the highest public view of Houston from the Sky Lobby on the 60th floor. This floor serves as an observation floor as well as a transfer point to shuttle tenants to floors 49-59 and 61-75. The Sky Lobby is open to the public during the working hours of 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.
From the Sky Lobby, visitors can view other spectacular architectural and engineering feats: the Reliant Stadium, the Texas Medical Center, the Galleria, Greenway Plaza and some of the unique buildings that help make up the distinctive Houston Skyline.
The height of the Tower is just shy of three and one half-football fields, standing at 1,049 feet from ground level.
Overlooking the plaza of JPMorgan Chase Tower is the 55-foot sculpture by Spanish artist Joan Miró, which adds a splash of color and whimsy to downtown Houston. The sculpture is made of steel and cast bronze, and is Miró’s largest work of the two monumental freestanding Miró sculptures in America.