NAI Hiffman completes multiple transactions in Oakbrook Terrace

  • NAI Hiffman recently completes six transactions totaling 26,163 square feet of office space at 18W100 22nd Street in Oakbrook Terrace.

    NAI Hiffman recently completes six transactions totaling 26,163 square feet of office space at 18W100 22nd Street in Oakbrook Terrace.

 
Posted7/7/2016 1:00 AM

OAKBROOK TERRACE -- NAI Hiffman's Dan O'Neill represented ownership of Midwest Office Center in three new transactions and three lease renewals totaling 26,163 square feet of office space at 18W100 22nd St. in Oakbrook Terrace.

Hassett Express, a full-service transportation company that specializes in domestic air freight & offers personalized transportation solutions, signed the largest new lease with 14,990 square feet. Hassett Express was represented by Jeff Fischer of NAI Hiffman. Other new tenants include CMS Communication, represented by Dave Hamilton of Tenant Advisors, and Apprize Promotions, a corporate promotional product company.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Tenants who recently renewed commitments to the property include TPR Education, LLC for 3,377 square feet, Daniel Greenman, CPA for 1,980 square feet and finally, Vire Technologies renewed its 3,254 square foot space. Vire Technologies was represented by Steve Rasiarmos with Bespoke Commercial.

Midwest Office Center is a 77,039 square-foot single-story office complex. The property is located in the eastern I-88 corridor near the intersection of Butterfield Road and 22nd Street. Midwest Office Center offers flexible space options and spec suites for immediate occupancy.

O'Neill represented ownership in all transactions. Midwest Office Center was recently sold by Blackstone to Viking Partners. NAI Hiffman will continue leasing the asset under new ownership.

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