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Bank of America’s river tower move to kick off hiring spree

As seen in Chicago Tribune Bank of America’s big Wacker Drive lease will kick off construction of a 51-story office tower, as well as a hiring spree by the bank in Chicago. The bank has signed a nearly 500,000-square-foot lease to anchor the development at 110 N. Wacker Drive, a site currently occupied by mall   Continue Reading

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These 9 New Buildings Are Redefining Chicago Architecture

As seen in Architectural Digest Bold architectural statements have long defined Chicago’s storied skyline, so it’s no surprise that the city’s recent construction boom is producing exceptionally designed buildings. International talents including Helmut Jahn, Rafael Viñoly, Gensler, and MAD Architects have ambitious plans that will be realized in the next several years, adding flair to   Continue Reading

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150 North Riverside is most eye-grabbing Chicago skyscraper since Aqua Tower

As seen in Chicago Tribune You know a new building has struck a nerve when people give it nicknames like “The Tuning Fork” or “The Guillotine.” Or when the building appears alongside the likes of Willis Tower and Marina City on tour-boat posters that tout a chance to see Chicago’s architectural icons. 150 North Riverside,   Continue Reading

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Bank of America to move to Wacker Drive office project

As seen in Crain’s The developers of a planned 51-story office tower on the Chicago River have moved a big step closer to breaking ground after landing their first tenant: Bank of America. The bank is in talks to lease about 500,000 square feet in the proposed 1.35 million square-foot high-rise at 110 N. Wacker   Continue Reading

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See who won the Food Depository awards

As seen in ChicagoBusiness.com Zurich North America’s new headquarters, and the LondonHouse Chicago hotel were among the winners in the 29th annual Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards. The awards dinner took place March 16 at the Hilton Chicago, with the event raising nearly $1.2 million for the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Corey McPherrin of WFLD-TV/Channel   Continue Reading

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New riverfront office tower tests its giant LED installation

As seen in Curbed As the new 54-story waterfront tower at 150 N. Riverside puts the finishing touches on its landscaped plaza and riverwalk, the building has also fired-up an impressive 3,000-square-foot LED wall in its lobby. Dubbed “150 Media Stream” the piece is overseen by creative director Yuge Zhou and will feature programming created   Continue Reading

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Howard Hughes Co, Riverside Investment And Development Unveil Plans For 110 North Wacker

As seen in Bisnow After years of planning, the Howard Hughes Co and Riverside Investment and Development unveiled renderings for their planned 800-foot-tall skyscraper at 110 North Wacker. The building will replace the squat General Growth Properties building. The building shares some similarities with its sister building, 150 North Riverside. Most notably, much of the   Continue Reading

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800-foot riverfront tower proposed to replace Chicago’s old General Growth Building

As seen in Curbed A team led by Dallas-based Howard Hughes Company and Chicago’s Riverside Investment and Development have taken the wraps off a dramatic 800-foot office building proposed for 110 N. Wacker. Currently home to the low-rise 220,000 square foot General Growth Building, the 1-acre site would feature 1,350,000 square feet of rentable space,   Continue Reading

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Sixteen winners announced at NAIOP Chicago’s 29th Annual Awards for Excellence

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The Main marks grand opening

As seen in Evanston Now Developers of The Main, the new nine-story mixed-use building on the southeast corner of Main Street and Chicago Avenue in Evanston, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the building this afternoon. Anthony Scacco, executive vice president of Riverside Investment & Development, says most of the office space on the building’s   Continue Reading

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