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Office Midwest

The ever-changing office space now a depiction of the tenants themselves

| Staff Writer

New office spaces today have changed drastically from what they used to be back in the day. The new layouts and features have transformed to become a representation of their tenants--whether it's a media office with walls covered in art or photographs, a unique, digital space for tech firms, or a neon-splattered wall with company goals pinn…

Office N Illinois

City amenities keep popping up in suburban office buildings

| Dan Rafter

Large fitness centers stocked with the latest exercise equipment. Rooftop decks that provide employees with a chance to socialize and brainstorm. Bike storage areas for the growing number of office workers who bike to their jobs. Tenant lounges filled with overstuffed chairs and bathed in the natural light of floor-to-ceiling windows. These…

Office N Illinois

Death by the mundane: How offices kill start-ups

| Staff Writer

Ideation is sexy—desks and leases, not so much. Entrepreneurs are passionate about ideas, technologies and people, and that’s where their energy should go. But all too often, the mundane issues of leasing and running an office can become a major distraction. The office can kill start-up dreams—but it doesn’t have to, thanks to the sharing economy.

CRE Midwest

Renowned Chicago architect joins Wright Heerema Architects

| Staff Writer

Wright Heerema Architects has hired architect Richard (Rick) Fawell as principal. At Wright Heerema, Fawell will lead and grow the firm’s Hospitality & Mixed-Use practice, directing conceptual and design development, client and team coordination and management.