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 November’s Executives Luncheon, attendees were prompted with the question: “What’s the biggest mistake you’ve made and how did you overcome it?”

Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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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 August’s Executives Luncheon, attendees were prompted with the question: “How do you attract and retain top talent?”

Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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Executive Networking With Tenant Advisory Group


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

During August’s Executives Bruncheon, attendees were prompted with the questions: “What are your best business development techniques and what is the best advice you’ve ever gotten?”

 Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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Executive Networking With Tenant Advisory Group


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

During July’s Executives Luncheon, attendees were prompted with one question: “How do you build your company’s culture?” Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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Executive Networking With Tenant Advisory Group


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

During July’s Executives Bruncheon, attendees were prompted with one question: “What is one challenge you are facing in your business?” Here are a few of the lessons shared in response:

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Retail Space Available in River North – 33 W. Grand/515 N. Dearborn


Office Space Downtown

Description: Prime Corner retail space in the heart of River North. This is a great opportunity for a restaurant, bar, coffee shop, etc. with lots of natural light and a ton of foot traffic. It is also less than 2 blocks from the blue, brown, green, pink and orange line trains.

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Voyage Chicago Features Tenant Advisory Group


Voyage Chicago reached out to Bill Himmelstein to dive deep into the history of how Tenant Advisory Group began, and the foundation it was built upon.

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Chicago’s Next Top Neighborhood


The South Loop, River West and West Loop each have taken their turn as being Chicago’s “it” neighborhood. Now it’s time to turn our eyes towards the Clybourn Corridor, the thin strip of land on the western edge of Lincoln Park between Clybourn Ave. and the Chicago River. This area already serves as a main shopping destination for Northsiders, and the recent addition of Newcity is part of a continuing trend in this area. There are many developments currently in progress with many more slated to come online for the near- and long-term future.

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Three Reasons Why Businesses Are Investing in Chicago


Site Selection magazine has listed Chicago as the best city for corporate investment for the fourth consecutive year. This comes as little surprise with the long list of large corporations that have been moving their headquarters into downtown Chicago. So, what makes this city such an attractive investment for businesses?

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Vacancy Rates will Ease in 2017


The Chicago commercial real estate market is enjoying a 15-year low in its downtown vacancy rates, hitting 11.7 percent during the second quarter of 2016. This is the lowest Chicago has seen since 11.6 percent in 2001. The surge of businesses moving downtown has been a driving factor in reducing the vacancy rates and contributing to a healthy Chicago market.

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