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WeWork Taps Transwestern to Lease Six Chicago Buildings

Transwestern Real Estate Services has landed a WeWork leasing assignment totaling nearly 500,000 square feet for six buildings across downtown Chicago. EVP Eric Myers, SVPs Kathleen Bertrand, Katie Steele and John Skalla, and senior associate Stephen Sevenich will provide leasing services on WeWork’s behalf. 
Ranging from individual suites to private floors to entire buildings, the Chicago WeWork spaces include:
• 167 N. Green St. – 138,312 square feet in Fulton Market
• 448 N. LaSalle St. – 62,572 square feet, River North
• 625 W. Adams St. – 91,599 square feet, West Loop
• 515 N. State St. – 122,339 square feet, River North
• 1115 W. Fulton St. – 15,196 square feet, Fulton Market
“Building upon WeWork’s brand recognition and well-known product, we’ve created a solution to make the lease process simpler and more competitive,” said Myers. “It’s a partnership well-positioned for success. This is a great opportunity for users looking for flexible space, flexible terms and excellent amenities.”  

Pictured: 167 N. Green St.


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