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Riverside Adds Three Tenants at BMO Tower 

Riverside Investment and Development has signed Skadden Arps to 89,100 square feet, National Futures Association to 55,364 square feet and Ullico to 8,445 square feet at its newest Chicago property, 320 S. Canal, which Riverside developed with Convexity Properties They join anchor tenant BMO and two other law firm tenants, Chapman & Cutler and Faegre Drinker.  

“This most recent activity is a testament to not only the quality of this building, but also the desirability of the West Loop.,” said Riverside EVP Rafael Carreira. “These leases prove that companies are ready to make long-term commitments to office space with an eye on a robust return to work for their employees.” 

 JLL’s Dan McCarthy and Bill Rogers represented Skadden Arps, CBRE’s Mark Keebler and Brad Serot represented National Futures Association, and CBRE’s Brady Wolfe and Bill Sheehy represented Ullico. Riverside was represented in-house by Christy Domin and Drew Neiman.  

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