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NAI Hiffman Represents 2 Nonprofits in Lombard

NAI Hiffman VP Aubrey Van Reken-Englund (above) and associate Tabitha Dozier recently represented two nonprofits in the Chicagoland region. The two leases in Lombard, IL, within the East-West Corridor, totaled 18,700 square feet.

Northeastern Illinois Agency on Aging will be consolidating its two Illinois office locations, formerly in West Chicago and Kankakee, to a centralized corporate office at 1910 S. Highland Ave. in Lombard.

NAI Hiffman's Tabita DozierReken-Englund and Dozier (at right) assisted AOA in negotiations for a long-term lease for 8,800 square feet. Ryan Moen of Bradford Allen represented ownership, IHP Highland LLC.

DuPage Senior Citizens Council, a volunteer-based 501c3 organization providing Meals on Wheels among other programs to seniors in need, has expanded its service area throughout Kane and DuPage counties.

The NAI Hiffman team supported DSCC in doubling its footprint at the Oak Creek Office Complex; the nonprofit will now occupy 9,900 square feet at 1990 Springer Dr. in Lombard.

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