Redfin Triples Space in Chicago

November 11, 2016

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Washington D.C. Team Market Expert | Assistant Director, Savills Studley | DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Broker

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Redfin, the disruptive software service that helps people buy and sell homes in markets across the United States, recently grew to nearly 26,000 square feet in their Chicago office.

Unlike many tech-savvy companies, Redfin chose an office near O’Hare for convenience to multiple residential markets, a surplus of covered parking for its agents, and the ease of public transportation.  Founded in Seattle in 2006, Redfin originally expanded to the Chicago market in 2008.

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O’Hare Plaza, Redfin’s home, totals 707k SF across four interconnected buildings. Amenities include underground and covered parking, an exercise center, and an in-building cafe. You can find the following within walking distance to the O’Hare Plaza: multiple hotels, Starbucks, Mariano’s, the blue line ‘el’ station servicing Chicago, and the Cumberland bus station. If you have to drive, commuting to O’Hare Plaza is a breeze with easy access to I-90 and I-294.

Colleague Chris Tarzon of Savills Studley represented Redfin in this transaction. For more information about O’Hare Plaza, or to review other options in Chicago, fill out our Office Space Search Form.

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