About a month after moving into its new headquarters in Rosemont, the Big Ten Conference sold its former offices in Park Ridge for $2.7 million...
The sale closed Nov. 8, according to Cook County records. Robert Sevim, executive managing director in the Chicago office of New York-based tenant brokerage Studley Inc., who represented the Big Ten, confirmed the price. The buyers were represented by Cece Conway, an executive vice president at Houston-based Transwestern Commercial Services LLC.Former Big Ten HQ shifts from sports to medicine
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