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Oracle Corp. recently signed a 16,598-square-foot lease at 330 N. Wabash Ave., the former IBM Plaza tower, said Steven Steinmeyer, an executive vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. who represented the tenant. The landlord, Prime Group Realty Trust,...
Citicorp Plaza, a three-building complex near O'Hare International Airport, was put on the market Monday by its owner, New York-based Apollo Real Estate Advisors LP, industry sources said. The 600,000-square-foot complex was built in the 1980s and...
In a chilling sign for the suburban office market, all of Two Overlook Point in Lincolnshire is empty and being marketed for sublease, said brokers who have toured it. The building was fully occupied this summer. Hewitt Associates Inc., which is based in...
In a push to secure business in the fast-growing Asian region, Chicago-based real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. has won an assignment to lease a $500 million office building in the business district of a new city being developed in South Korea. The...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: Altera Corp.; American Express Co.; Canadian National Railway Co.; Equifax Inc.; Halliburton Co.; Hasbro Inc.; Merck & Co.; Schering-Plough Corp.; Texas Instruments Inc. Tuesday: -- Earnings: Ace Ltd.; Amazon.com Inc.; AT&T Inc.;...
Tribune staff reporterTribune Tower's neo-Gothic architecture, facade carved of Indiana limestone and prime location make it an iconic gateway to North Michigan Avenue. But as Tribune Co., which occupies about 93.5 percent of the tower's 631,000 square feet, seeks to...
Hartford CourantAirlines and business travelers have a love-hate relationship. The airlines love business travelers, and they, for the most part, hate the airlines. Anyone who considers this hyperbole should consider this: Business travelers tolerate the same delays,...
Tribune staff reporterIn rosier times, when corporate profits and rising stock prices were regarded as givens, as they were in the not-too-distant past, it was a relatively simple matter to discern which corporate chieftains were delivering the biggest bang for the buck....
Tribune staff reporterBillionaire Marvin Davis' transaction was just one of thousands of business deals scheduled on Sept. 11, albeit one of the larger ones. Davis' top real estate executive, Ted Kahan, had come to Chicago to close on a $239 million acquisition of the...
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Tribune staff reporterChicago business icon Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., whose renowned namesake building is an architectural gem, is studying its long-term real estate needs, including a move from its historic headquarters building, the Chicago Tribune has learned. If the company...
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