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J.C. Anderson Wraps Mag Mile Buildout for Ampersand

J.C. Anderson recently completed an office renovation for Ampersand at 444 N. Michigan Ave. in the Loop. Ampersand, the data-driven TV advertising sales and technology company, selected J.C. Anderson to complete a build-out to its new space on The Magnificent Mile.

The buildout included reworking the breakroom, elevator lobby, reception area, board room and furniture and seating to feature the water and street views and lighten up the space.

“Our old space felt dark, dated and did not reflect our brand,” said Natasha Sinagoga, regional VP of Ampersand. “From the moment you step off the elevator the new space feels modern and fresh with an abundance of natural light and bright, fresh colors.” 

The J.C. Anderson team was led by Mike Ruffolo along with superintendent Gary Kuechler. INTERFORM provided the architectural services and Savills represented property ownership.


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