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The deals that defined Chicago’s 2015 commercial real estate market

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The deals that defined Chicago’s 2015 commercial real estate market

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In 2015, Chicago’s commercial real estate market saw a number of major deals get done, but this year’s most impactful deals were done outside of the traditional loop submarket.

From ConAgra Foods’ massive deal in River North at the iconic Merchandise Mart to Kraft Heinz’s major agreement to move into East Loop’s Aon Center to GrubHub’s large expansion into the Burnham Center in the Central Loop, high-profile tenants were signing big deals across a number of top Chicago submarkets.

In 2015, Chicago’s commercial real estate market saw a number of major deals get done, but this year’s most impactful deals were done outside of the traditional loop submarket.

From ConAgra Foods’ massive deal in River North at the iconic Merchandise Mart to Kraft Heinz’s major agreement to move into East Loop’s Aon Center to GrubHub’s large expansion into the Burnham Center in the Central Loop, high-profile tenants were signing big deals across a number of top Chicago submarkets.

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The deals that defined Chicago’s 2015 commercial real estate market

  1. 1. The Deals That Defined 2015 This year’s most impactful deals were outside of Chicago’s traditional loop submarket. Find out what deals really mattered in 2015.
  2. 2. Hyatt’s anchor-tenant lease proved the strength of 150 N. Riverside. As a tenant known for demanding exceptional design standards, this lease validated the new building, and also set in motion a range of new opportunities for Hyatt’s current space to be vacated at 71 S. Wacker. HYATT150 N. Riverside 292,000 SF HYATT
  3. 3. This massive deal in the Merchandise Mart proved that Chicago remains a global business hub and a magnet for the world’s largest companies. River North is now established, not only as Chicago’s hottest submarket, but a magnet for global talent. CONAGRA Merchandise Mart 168,000 SF CONAGRA
  4. 4. This large lease confirmed the downtown migration trend and the renewed vitality of the East Loop. The quick lease of Kraft’s Northfield campus also proved that the suburbs have plenty of activity, and there is strong tenant demand for well-located suburban buildings. KRAFT HEINZ Aon Center 170,000 SF KRAFT HEINZ
  5. 5. Another iconic HQ move which signaled a return to downtown Chicago for the local powerhouse, and highlighted the critical importance of location in attracting high-tech talent. MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 500 W. Monroe 150,000 SF MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS
  6. 6. Rapid growth for this Chicago-born start-up led to an impressive 59,000 SF expansion. The Burnham Center lease highlighted the trend of young companies finding value in vintage buildings. GRUB HUB 111 W. Washington 130,000 SF GRUB HUB
  7. 7. This recent lease gave concrete evidence that the “CBD” continues to expand beyond the traditional loop. Markets that used to be considered fringe locations, like Goose Island and the A. Finkl site are now viable options for large occupiers. C.H. ROBINSON 1511 W. Webster LINCOLN PARK 207,000 SF C.H. ROBINSON
  8. 8. Christian Beaudoin Director, Research (312) 228-2020 christian.beaudoin@am.jll.com Please visit www.jll.com/chicago for more market trends and insights. HYATT KRAFT HEINZ LINCOLN PARK C.H. ROBINSON GRUB HUB CONAGRA MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS

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