Source: Bisnow

The investment market for office properties in the Chicago region reached a low ebb in 2019, but developer Sterling Bay is betting that trophy properties in a few select neighborhoods can still arouse curiosity among prospective buyers. The company just put up for sale the first building developed on its Lincoln Yards site, the 207K SF headquarters of logistics firm C.H. Robinson, an offering that could bring in about $120M, according to Crain’s Chicago Business.
The move comes directly after Sterling Bay also put McDonald’s Global Headquarters on the market. The 575K SF office building at 110 North Carpenter St. in…


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