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Skender Commences Fulton Market Buildout for Hazel Technologies

Skender, serving as general contractor, recently began construction on the interior buildout of the two-story, 50,000-square-foot lab and office space for Hazel Technologies  The USDA-funded technology company developing solutions to extend the shelf life of fresh produce will be one of the first two tenants to move into at 320 N. Sangamon, a Fulton Market office building developed by Tishman Speyer and Mark Goodman & Associates. 

Hazel will move from its current location at University Technology Park at Illinois Tech in Bronzeville to expand its footprint as it accommodates plans to double its local workforce in the coming year. The build-out includes space for open research laboratory and lab support, as well as 10,000 square feet of administrative and office space and 5,000 square feet of collaboration space. 

Skender collaborated with the developers, tenant representative CBRE, architect Perkins & Will and engineer Cosentini Associates on this project. 


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