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Broadband Provider in Full-Building Lease in Warrenville

CBRE recently represented Globe Corporation in a 39,620-square-foot, full-building lease to broadband provider WOW! at 4350 Weaver Pkwy. in Warrenville, IL. The single-story office property is located in the Cantera development within Warrenville.

Pete Adamo and David Justh of CBRE negotiated on behalf of Globe, a family-owned diversified investment company with close to three million square feet of office, industrial and retail space. JLL’s Ben Erskine, Todd Schaefer and Dan McGowan represented WOW!.

“This location will provide the tenant with excellent access to its workforce and customer base,” said Adamo. “Likewise, the long-term lease will stabilize the investment-grade asset for ownership.”

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