NAI Hiffman gets leasing assignment for two suburban office centers

OAKBROOK TERRACE - NAI Hiffman was awarded the leasing assignment for Westbrook Corporate Center, a 1.15-million-square-foot office complex, and Pointe O'Hare, a 270,512-square-foot office building in Rosemont, by Equity Office (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Blackstone), following Blackstone's acquisition of GE Capital Real Estate's Chicagoland office portfolio.

As one of the largest multi-tenant office assets in the Chicago suburbs, Westbrook Corporate Center is an award-winning complex made up of five 10-story towers in Westchester. Its new leasing team will be led by Jim Adler, Dan O'Neill and Patrick Kiefer.

Located at the intersection of West Cermak Road and South Wolf Road just east of I-294, Westbrook Corporate Center is set on landscaped grounds with fountains and lakes. Amenities include a deli, fitness center, conference center, convenience store, dry cleaner, shoe repair, hair salon, day care center, on-site banking and 24-hour manned security. The property is currently 87 percent leased; tenants include Follett Corp., Ingredion, Healthcare Financial Management Association and American Westbrook Insurance Services.

Pointe O'Hare, an 11-story office building located at 9550 Higgins Road in the heart of the O'Hare submarket, will be leased by Jason Streepy and Linda Garske. The building offers exposure along the I-294 and I-90 interchange and boasts on-site management, 24-hour security, a cafe, a fitness center and shuttle service to/from the CTA blue line, Metra train and O'Hare International Airport. The building is currently 91 percent occupied. Tenants include McShane Companies, Marriott, Air Line Pilots Association, PICIS and Kimberly Clark.

"Equity Office is one of the world's leading office operators with a significant presence in and around Chicago. These two assignments represent a major milestone for NAI Hiffman as we solidify our commitment to serving investor clients in the suburban Chicago market and growing our class A office representation platform," said NAI Hiffman CEO Dave Petersen.

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