• bisnow
    Nov 3

    Suburban Flight and Tight Buildings

    As Seen In BISNOW

    Everyone’s adjusting to less office space and still loves to shop, we learned at yesterday’s Bisnow Chicago State of the Market, held on the 82nd floor of Willis Tower. (Like our first panel, panelists also told us their first jobs.) CBRE|US Equities’ Drew Nieman, our host (his firm leases Willis), used to work for his older brother as a tree trimmer. VIEW FULL

  • NewsHeader02
    Jul 24

    Riverfront Development

    As Seen In Chicago Tonight

    Big plans are in the works for Chicago’s riverfront as the mayor unveiled today a $500 million project expected to open in the next few years. But Mayor Emanuel also reacted to a number of other stories making headlines this week.

    The building is a 1.2 VIEW FULL

  • mayor
    Jul 24

    Mayor Cheers New Green Space at 150 N. Riverside Groundbreaking

    As Seen In DNA Info

    RIVER WEST — While Mayor Rahm Emanuel touted the 150 N. Riverside Place construction project’s $500 million, 53-story skyscraper as the new home of the William Blair & Co. finance firm, he and Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) both took pride VIEW FULL

  • dig
    Jul 24

    Riverside Office Tower Breaks Ground

    As Seen In ABC7 Chicago

    CHICAGO (WLS) — Mayor Rahm Emanuel helped break ground Thursday on a project that will create more than 1,500 construction jobs.

    The 150 North Riverside Project will include a new 1.2 million square-foot office tower at Randolph and the river in the West Loop.

    The half-billion dollar plan includes an acre and a half of new open space, an amphitheater and a block-long riverwalk.