The Chicago Tribune reached out to Bill Himmelstein to discuss the rising trend of luxury amenities and its effectiveness in attracting renters.
Chicago entrepreneurs gathered at Tenant Advisory Group’s July Executives Breakfast and Luncheon to connect with other professionals and share their insight.
During the event, attendees were asked about “the biggest mistake they have made as a business owner.” Here are a few of the many responses:
Coworking spaces can be the perfect solution for a variety of working scenarios — from a solo entrepreneur just starting out to an executive from a large corporation seeking a change in scenery. Much like the businesses they serve, no two coworking spaces are the same. In fact, there are many aspects to consider when selecting a coworking space, including amenities, cost, location and clientele.
Description: Here is an opportunity to sublease a fully-furnished property in the heart of Chicago’s Loop. The office has a great view of downtown, new corridors and is a class-A building in a business-central location. The space features two main offices, three breakout rooms (which can be used as smaller offices), one conference room, a break room, 16 cubicles, a reception desk and waiting area.
The sublease if available now with a term ending December 31, 2026.
Description: Here is an excellent opportunity to sublease a beautiful, newly built space. Located within a larger company’s space, the fully furnished office includes a shared conference room and kitchen area. There is an option for signage at the entrypoint. The space includes four offices and eight workstations, and it has an asking price of $34/SF.
The sublease space is available now with up to a one-year term, and the potential to negotiate a renewal.