15 results for “citadel”
Office N Illinois

Chicago's Citadel Center hits the market seeking $750 million

Citadel Center, the 1.5 million-square-foot office tower located at 131 S. Dearborn Street in Chicago’s Loop, is reportedly seeking a buyer. The owners—a partnership between Angelo, Gordon & Co., a $32 billion alternative investment firm focused on credit and real estate investing, international real estate firm Hines and New York City-base…

Legal N Illinois

Law firms continue to slash office footprints in Chicago

| Matt Baker

Like most professional service companies, law firms are seeking cost-controlling initiatives. In Chicago, that means that many are reducing their office footprints to attain higher operational savings, according to the 2018 North American Legal Trends Report from CBRE’s law firm practice group.

Office N Illinois

Chicago office of Holland & Knight moving to 150 N. Riverside

The Chicago office of Holland & Knight is reportedly finalizing a deal to lease space in 150 N. Riverside. The law firm would take the 26th and 27th floors of the new tower, per a report by Crain’s, occupying approximately 54,000 square feet. They will relocate next year from the Citadel Center at 131 S. Dearborn Street, where it currently …

Office N Illinois

Convene expands Chicago footprint with 50k SF Citadel Center lease

Flexible workplace and on-demand meeting services provider, Convene, will nearly double its footprint in the Chicago central business district with the opening of its second metro location at the Citadel Center, 131 S. Dearborn Street. The 50,000-square-foot, 15-year lease spans across the tower’s ground and second floors. Convene will mana…

CRE Midwest

Krusinski Construction wraps up Comcast projects

| Stephanie Aguilar

Krusinski Construction Company has announced it has wrapped up several recent projects for Comcast, including some on North Avenue in Chicago, Schaumburg, and Elmhurst, marking more than 25 projects Krusinski has completed for Comcast since 2007.

Office Midwest

Downtown office making a comeback

| Staff Writer

Downtown is back as the first spec building since 1998 gets under way. McDermott, Will & Emery leased 225,000 square feet at the 41-story 444 W. Lake, which got the green light to start construction. It is a sign of how much the market has improved that the building failed to get underwritten with 640,000 square feet of leases as recently a…

Office Midwest

Chicago CBD posts impressive second quarter numbers

| markt

The downtown office market continues to recover at an impressive rate, with the first half of 2011 reporting the strongest numbers since 2007. Unfortunately, the dynamics working in its favor seem to be working against the suburban market as its office supply continues to struggle, according to Transwestern’s second quarter outlook.