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Optimize your financial institution’s Chicago real estate footprint to enhance visibility, better serve customers and uncover hidden cost savings.

​​​​Many area banking and financial services firms have reacted by optimizing space use and efficiency within their current addresses.  We expect that more firms will follow suit, as conditions will remain landlord-favorable through 2016, when new two West Loop trophy towers are slated for delivery.

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In recent years, a lack of new supply and increased demand among corporations of all types has made the downtown Chicago market tight for tenants—both reducing office-space availability and driving up rents—particularly among Trophy and Class A properties.

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Success story: Associated Bank

The project involved completely removing all flooring, ceiling, walls in existing bank leased area. The job consisted of: A new storefront system at expansion area, stone flooring, terrazzo, teller line including custom wood, glass and stone surface, custom build glass and steel check writing stand, new restroom construction, break room, conference and training rooms.

Success story: 150 North Michigan

The assignment which consisted of a 16,000 square feet office renovation required that the Jones Lang LaSalle Construction team to develop and maintain a strict project budget and schedule for the financial institution.