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U.S. Bank Renews with Beacon Capital in Central Loop  

U.S. Bank, the fifth largest bank in the U.S., has renewed its lease of 121,000 square feet at Beacon Capital Partners’ 190 S. LaSalle for corporate office space. U.S. Bank has been a tenant in the building since 2011. 

“U.S. Bank is one of the leading financial institutions in Chicago and a recommitment to 190 S. LaSalle solidifies that position,” said Greg O’Neal, managing director at Beacon Capital. “As a pillar of the city’s economic engine, this distinguished location in the Central Loop ensures the company has centralized space for important regional business and access to a deep urban talent pool for years to come.” 

JLL senior managing director Mike Curran, managing director Joe Gordon and SVP Annie Nicolau represented Beacon Capital. U.S. Bank was represented by a Savills team of Robert Sevim, Joseph Learner and Adam Southard. 

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