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Peak Realty Chicago Expands Wicker Park/Bucktown Offices

Peak Realty Chicago (PRC) is expanding its offices located at 1749 N. Damen Avenue in the Wicker Park/Bucktown neighborhood. PRC is the sister company of Peak Properties, LLC, led by Mike Zucker.
 
The company is adding 1,500 square feet in a converted bar / restaurant to offer a workspace that caters to team members who want to work from home or at the office during the day. In the evening, the space can easily be converted to entertainment space where lectures, client appreciation nights, or a simple after-work happy hour can be held.
 
“We have been experiencing a period of ‘smart’ growth as a company and during COVID, almost tripling in size over the past two years’” said PRC president Shane Rachman. “As we grow we want to be able to provide the most unique work space for our team members while providing the greatest service to our client.”
 

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