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Allsteel has leased 24,000 square feet at Sterling Bay's 345 N. Morgan St. in Chicago's Fulton Market District

Allsteel Joins Fulton Market Parade of Furniture Brands 

Allsteel will open a showroom in the Fulton Market District, leasing 24,000 square feet at Sterling Bay’s 345 N. Morgan St., with opening projected for the first quarter of 2023. The furniture maker is relocating from Vornado Realty Trust’s TheMART. 

“345 N. Morgan is the perfect home for a leading furnishings manufacturer like Allsteel,” said Andy Gloor, CEO of Sterling Bay. “The building’s modern industrial character and proximity to global innovators will create an inspiring and energizing environment for both company employees and clients alike.” 

The new space will be designed in collaboration with Partners by Design and CBRE. “Allsteel’s relocation to 345 N. Morgan St. is a milestone that further solidifies the Fulton Market neighborhood as a destination for commercial furniture brands,” said Heidi McClenahan, a senior director for CBRE Project Management in Chicago. 

345 N. Morgan recently topped out and will deliver to tenants later this summer. 


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