Chicago Stock Exchange, repped by Studley executive managing director Lisa Davidson and EVP/co-branch manager Rick Schuham , signed a long-term renewal of 33k SF at 440 S LaSalle. JF McKinney's Mark Gunderson and Mark Baby repped the landlord. Chicago Stock Exchange is updating its space to create a more collaborative environment and the building is also undergoing a major renovation.
Tabet DiVito & Rothstein, repped by Studley EVP/co-branch managerJoe Learner, signed a long-term lease extension for its 25k SF office in the Rookery Building, 209 S LaSalle. The firm chose to stay at the building because of its historical significance and unique features, as well as its close proximity to the courts and public transit.
Studley hired Adam Southard as associate director. He was previously in the investment banking division at Bank of America Merrill Lynch covering financial institution clients. Adam will support EVP Greg Gerber's client team, which advises institutional, corporate, and not-for-profit clients in Chicago and the Midwest.The Deal Sheet
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