Chicago’s office market has traditionally been dominated by trophy towers and high-rise construction. While there is plenty of demand for trophy space fueling the current development activity (4.3 million square feet), those buildings are not meant for every tenant. Some companies are more attracted to loft spaces, creative offices or repositioned assets. To help in the tenant analysis, JLL Research has created the Downtown Chicago Building Matrix – Cost vs. Class with examples in each quadrant:… Read More
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