GlenStar Properties, the Chicago-based commercial real estate investment and development firm, has recently signed two notable transactions totaling 60,000 square feet at the Chicago Board of Trade Building.
In the first, ADM Investor Services, Inc. (ADMIS) has signed a new, long-term lease for 30,136 square feet on the 21st floor. The firm will relocate from the 16th floor where it currently occupies 26,576 square feet. Robert Sevim and Lisa Davidson of Savills Studley represented ADMIS in the transaction.
“We are impressed with the significant improvements GlenStar has made to the Chicago Board of Trade Building,” said Tom Kadlec, president of ADMIS. “After considering other properties, we found the CBOT Building continues to be the best environment for our growing firm, our customers’ trading requirements and our long-term commitment to the futures industry.” Two deals totaling 60,000 SF signed at the Chicago Board of Trade Building
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