River North Firm Joins Migration To Central Loop

River North Firm Joins Migration To Central Loop

River North is one of the Central Business District’s most expensive submarkets, and its expanding firms are starting to find the Central Loop, which many firms are abandoning for new Class-A space in the West Loop near the river, has open spaces at affordable prices.
Medical video game company Level Ex became the latest River North firm to make the move. It just occupied more than 20K SF at 180 North LaSalle St., a sublease from Newell Brands. That is double the size of its previous office. The company now takes up the 760K SF tower’s entire fifth floor and can…


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Open Office Concept Isn’t Dead, But Does Require A Lot Of Care And Attention

Open Office Concept Isn’t Dead, But Does Require A Lot Of Care And Attention

The open office concept, once the darling of cutting-edge tenants, comes in for a lot of criticism these days. Major media outlets fill pages with horror stories about workers who lose productivity in the more social environment or who can’t hear phone conversations due to the background drone of colleagues, with some saying they can’t hear themselves think or have the private talks sometimes necessary in an office.
“We hear a lot about how the open office is terrible for introverts, and how it’s ruining everybody’s life,” HKS Architects Director of Commercial Interiors Kate Davis said.


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‘No Room For Error’: The Essential Role Of Preconstruction In Healthcare

‘No Room For Error’: The Essential Role Of Preconstruction In Healthcare

Few construction projects are as complex as those done in healthcare facilities. Besides contending with the intricate network of mechanical and electrical systems that wind through the walls, healthcare contractors must interface with dozens of owner-assigned vendors and subcontractors, from site-work experts to medical equipment manufacturers.
Adding to the complexity, when a facility is being expanded or updated, the property needs to operate as usual while it is under construction, still hosting patients. With physicians, nurses, sick patients and even newborns just feet from the work zone, healthcare construction must be a painstakingly choreographed and planned-out process. 
“There is no room for error in hospitals and medical office buildings,” said Giancarlo…


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McCormick Center Loses Another Major Convention As Coronavirus Worries Grow

McCormick Center Loses Another Major Convention As Coronavirus Worries Grow

Another large convention set for Chicago’s McCormick Place Convention Center was canceled due to worries over the spread of the novel coronavirus. The American College of Cardiology expected to draw about 19,000 attendees to its three-day annual meeting starting March 28, but officials of the organization said developments in the past few days led to the flagship event’s cancellation.
“It was a factor that travel advisories and restrictions are being placed on healthcare providers and hospitals and institutions in the U.S. and globally,” an ACC spokesperson told Bisnow.
Monday’s decision was the second recent major blow to the city’s hospitality providers, already…


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