Penthouse Tech Space Available in River North

September 26, 2016

For a long time now River North has been considered one of the hottest tech markets in Chicago, and with the redevelopment of the Chicago River, the new amenities at the Merchandise Mart, and other reuse loft buildings, it still is one of the top markets to rent office space!

350 N. LaSalle is no exception to the above options for the tech industry. Located blocks from many of Chicago’s hotels and restaurants, 350 is a perfect location for companies looking for the live/work lifestyle (Bavette’s, Chicago Cut, and Mercadito to name a few…). The East Bank Club is also just blocks down the street.  Additionally, this building offers indoor parking which can be rare in River North.

But the 10,000 square foot, two floor penthouse that is currently available for lease is what makes this option so unique. The office space offers an exclusive tenant roof-deck on the north and east sides of the building with views of the city.  The penthouse includes 7 private offices, area for workstations, a conference room, and an internal staircase.

My direct line is 312-595-2987 or you can email me HERE if you would like to tour this site or discuss your office requirements.

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