QSR w/Drive-Thru Opportunity


 

QSR w/Drive-Thru Opportunity  – Immediate Occupancy/New Construction

2,045 Square Feet
737 Square Feet Shared Restrooms
7-Eleven Convenience Store
Mobil Gas Station
Higgins Road & Patton Drive

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Network Like a Pro – Finding the Right Networking Partner


Who you know can be more important than how many people you know. Upgrade your networking efforts by taking the time to meet people you believe can be helpful to you and then do what you can to be helpful to them. Take a listen for more tips on finding the right networking partner.

Network Like a Pro – Referral Sources


Place priority on networking with referral sources. While it may seem that networking with potential clients should be at the very top of your to-do list, networking with steady referral sources can bring you a lot more business in the end. Here’s how to make connections and network like a pro when it comes to referral sources.

Overcrowding an Office is Bad for Business


young multi ethnic office workers are in complete chaos

When building your office floor plan, it’s always better to have more room than not enough space. Packing people into an office lowers employee satisfaction and can lead to a counterproductive work environment, which may negate any money you save in rent. By offering your staff more free space and a comfortable office, not only will you leave room for growth, but morale will maintain a healthy level, leading to a happier and more efficient business.

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TAG on Graduated Entrepreneur


It was a pleasure to have our very own Bill and Diana Himmelstein on Graduated Entrepreneur, a podcast all about being a small business owner. To learn more about how Bill and Diana navigate being in business as a married couple to the entrepreneurial skills they’re teaching their children, listen to the full episode below!

Loop Sublease – 30 N LaSalle


 

Newly built-out spec suite available for sublease

30 N LaSalle, Suite 2630
3,915 SF
Asking $34/SF
Lease expiration 12/30/23
Available 30 days from sublease execution

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Even With the Tax Hike, Can you Afford to Leave Chicago?


Chicago is a city of industry, delicious food, diverse culture and taxes. If you don’t know by now, Chicago is facing another round of tax increases, especially on real estate. This may lead everyone in Chicago to think: How am I going to afford running a business here? Or even, Why should I keep my business here when the cost of living keeps rising? We empathize with the struggle of tax hikes, but the real question is: Can your business afford to leave? Here’s why, despite the tax hikes, leaving Chicago could negatively impact your business. 

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Mixed-Use Development – 11 E. Dundee Road, Wheeling, IL 60090


 

Approximately 1.5 acres located at the corner of East Dundee and Wolf Road. Just minutes away from the new Wheeling Town Center which is currently under construction. The Wheeling Town Center is a $110 million dollar transit-oriented master-planned mixed-use development where it will be the “Center of it All.” This is a great location for any commercial or office use – it’s close to all the action.

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An Update on the Southwest Loop


An upwards view of Residential South Loop Chicago Skyscrapers

We’ve had our eyes on the Southwest Loop for quite some time. We already mentioned this booming corner of the loop in our Up-And-Coming Chicago Neighborhood Guide, but with the extent of recent activity, we decided this part of the loop deserved its own dedicated post. Here’s what you can expect to see in the Southwest Loop soon.

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Executive Networking with Tenant Advisory Group


Every month, Tenant Advisory Group hosts an Executives Luncheon to provide an opportunity for Chicago business leaders to build new, meaningful connections and discuss topics relevant to running a business.

During June’s Executives Luncheon, attendees were prompted with one question: “What employee-management issues have you struggled with in the past year and how did you overcome it?” Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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