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Globetrotters Engineering has recommitted to its downtown Chicago offices with a renewal at Golub's 300 South Wacke

Globetrotters Engineering Renews Lease at West Loop Offices

Cushman & Wakefield has represented locally based Globetrotters Engineering Corp. in renewing its lease for 23,376 square feet at Golub’s 300 South Wacker in Chicago’s West Loop. Cushman & Wakefield’s Josh Feldman represented longtime client Globetrotters Engineering, while Golub’s Sandy Macaluso represented ownership. 

With the new lease, Globetrotters will improve its space and maintain more than 175 employees on the building’s third and fourth floors, where it previously occupied floors two and four. The longtime tenant, which has occupied 300 South Wacker since the 1980s, also will completely reimagine and redesign its workspace. 

“Our company has been headquartered in Chicago for 49 years,” said Ajay Shah, Globetrotters’ CEO. “On the eve of our 50-year anniversary, we are proud to renew our lease for another 11 years in downtown Chicago.” 

Feldman added, “Globetrotters is doubling down on its commitment to Chicago and the essential nature of its workplace.” 


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