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:
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:
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.
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.
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.
The best way to navigate the tricky landscape of a lease is to stay current on all the common phrases, clauses and definitions. You may have a general understanding of the terms, but it takes a professional to really navigate the ins and outs. Here are a few of the most common points you may encounter in your Chicago office space search.
Corporate giants ditching their suburban campuses for Chicago skyscrapers has been a common occurrence in the last few years — Kraft Heinz, ConAgra, McDonald’s, Google and Motorola. Now Wilson Sporting Goods joins the movement, leaving its location near O’Hare Airport for the iconic Prudential building.
It’s an exciting time in the Chicago tech scene, with new startups changing the entire face of our commercial real estate market. This infusion of creativity and drive is fantastic for our city, but is it really driving our overall economy forward? Reports say it’s not.