The coronavirus pandemic rocked the Chicago office market in Q2. In a new report, we recap next steps for privately held businesses and the importance of the return to the workplace.
The pandemic has challenged business owners on a number of fronts. In a new market report, we recap what matters most to privately held businesses including, where to look for value, and what to avoid when planning your CRE strategy.
Talman Consultants is a fast-growing engineering design consulting firm in Chicago that partners with utility leaders to manage complex infrastructure projects. Since its establishment in 2016, Talman has tripled in size, outgrowing the coworking space where it was located. The firm required a larger and more productive space for its team and one that complemented its culture but struggled to project how much more growth it would experience in the future.
Johnson Lambert is a niche CPA ﬁrm that provides ﬁnancial audits, tax compliance, information technology consulting, and advisory services to a diverse client base. The ﬁrm, which serves clients in 43 states and the District of Columbia, has eight offices across the country. Johnson Lambert needed a new office location in the Chicagoland area, one that offered convenient access to Metra commuter train lines and attractive amenities for employees. The ﬁrm was searching for an office in a vibrant downtown location to support their efforts to recruit and retain new talent.
Alexander Leigh Center for Autism (ALCA) helps children and adolescents on the autism spectrum learn in a safe, supportive, and caring environment. The non-profit school partnered with Bespoke to find a new campus in McHenry County that would: Expand its space from 15,000 to 30,000 square feet Be close to its current location Meet its…