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AmTrust has introduced AmTrust Office Suites, a coworking concept, at 33 North Dearborn in Chicago

AmTrust Rolls Out Coworking Concept at 33 North Dearborn 

AmTrust RE has unveiled AmTrust Office Suites (AOS), the firm’s elevated coworking concept at 33 North Dearborn, a 329,000-square-foot office property in Chicago’s Central Loop. Arrayed across four floors totaling 22,000 square feet, AOS includes many options for small firms and independent operators. It also features flexible lease arrangements, including monthly, quarterly and annual agreements. 

33 North Dearborn’s location provides direct access to the Blue Line and the Cook County Courthouse via Pedway. 

“After two years of the work-from-home doldrums, people are clamoring to go to an office that doesn’t just provide a desk and chair, but also features a range of spaces to collaborate and socialize,” said AmTrust president Jonathan Bennett. “With the property’s proximity to the courthouse, AOS is an ideal option for solo legal practitioners or small law firms who are looking for a space that provides a market-leading suite of amenities, while still offering maximum flexibility.” 


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