49 results for “coworking”
Retail N Illinois

Fifield inks four retail leases at Logan Square multifamily project

Chicago-based Fifield Companies has signed leases with three restaurants and one retailer to occupy ground-floor space at Logan Apartments, located at 2480–2522 N. Milwaukee Avenue, in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. Big Wig Tacos, Jersey Mike’s Subs, K-Fire Korean BBQ and Verizon will occupy a combined total of 6,800 square feet.

Office N Illinois

Chicago may be in a fix when it comes to flex office

| Matt Baker

Despite the recent struggles of a certain juggernaut provider, all expectations are that the coworking and flexible office segment will only flourish in the U.S. over the next decade. Some cities will see larger growth than others, however, and Chicago might not match the rate of expansion in other markets.

Office N Illinois

The 'burbs are still an office draw

| Matt Baker

More than 150 people packed into the recently renovated atrium of President’s Plaza near O’Hare for the 4th annual State of the Suburban Office Conference, co-hosted by GlenStar. The dozen expert speakers on hand had much to say about the state of affairs for the office market outside the influence of downtown Chicago.

Office N Illinois

Industrious expands Chicago presence, doubles space at Ogilve Station

Flexible workspace provider, ​Industrious​, has signed additional space for its ​Chicago – Ogilvie​ location at 500 W. Madison Street in Accenture Tower. The 1.46-million-square-foot office tower, owned by ​KBS​, will now host over 93,000 square-feet of coworking space, up from Industrious’ original 46,500-square-foot space.

Office N Illinois

Coworking company, Offix, opens first U.S. location in Chicago

International coworking company, Offix, has opened its very first U.S. office at Catalyst Lofts, located at 917 W. 18th Street in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. Chad Schroedl and Adam Thomas of SVN Chicago Commercial represented the landlord in the 6,394-square-foot lease, while Leibel Moscowitz of Vandon Forbes Real Estate represented the tenant.