Cornerstone Center of LaSalle Street Church
Located at a crossroads between Chicago inner-city public housing complexes and some of the most expensive real estate in the country, the Cornerstone Center (Cornerstone Center) of LaSalle Street Church is a sanctuary for people from all different backgrounds. Standing adjacent to the church, Cornerstone Center hosts a wide range of events and programs to cater to its various demographics including counseling meetings and food drives for the hungry and homeless, women’s Bible study, weddings and movie nights for local children.
That’s why Tom Stringer Design Partners knew that it needed to specify commercial restroom products that could stand up to heavy traffic from a wide cross-section of users, while simultaneously delivering high quality design for the inter-denominational faith community. When the Chicago-based design firm factored in the need for water-saving features in addition to all of the other noted benefits, Sloan was the clear choice for the project.
“To have a beautiful restroom facility that is easy to clean and beautiful to look at yet not fragile, is a huge plus at a facility that gets the kind of traffic we get on a daily basis. Using religious language, I’d have to say it’s really a blessing for us.”