Modern, Price-Negotiable Sublease In The Heart of Chicago

January 29, 2019

Patrick Brady

Market Expert

Assistant Director, Savills Studley

Illinois Licensed Real Estate Broker

Call 312-595-2987

23,491 SF and Stunning Views Available in Two Illinois Center

Perfectly located in the sweet spot between the burgeoning neighborhood of Lakeshore East and the tourist flow of North Michigan Avenue, 233 N Michigan is one of Chicago’s hidden gems. From its access to the the extensive downtown pedway to the stunning views from its 32nd floor, this modern building is the perfect spot for a company looking to expand its horizons.


The Space


This sublease is a newer tech build out that comes fully furnished in a beautiful modern style. The open interior highlights the true star of the show: ample natural light and great views of the lake and Wacker Drive from its floor-to-ceiling windows. At 23,491 SF, the current setup allows for 155 workstations, along with 8 offices/meeting rooms, 6 phone rooms, 5 conference rooms, a large multipurpose or training room, and a sizable kitchen and breakroom.


The Building


Also known as Two Illinois Center, this structure was built by Fujikawa Johnson & Associates in 1972. It’s part of an assembly of Mies van der Rohe style skyscrapers in the heart of Chicago that dominate the skyline. The pedway, another of Chicago’s hidden treasures, goes directly through the building, and multiple new walkways allow pedestrians access to nearby buildings without needing to brave the snow and sleet. The space also comes with amenities including elevator ID and access to a comprehensive corporate fitness center.


The Location


Two Illinois Center is just blocks away from all the best Chicago has to offer. Landmarks like Millennium Park, the Chicago Architecture Center, and the Riverwalk are steps away, not to mention the world-class shopping on Michigan Avenue. For your day-to-day needs, the East Loop’s vibrant live/work community is close by. And with Hannah’s Bretzel, Blackwood BBQ, and Stetsons close at hand, you’ll never be at a loss for delicious lunch options.




This sublease expires in December of 2023, and the asking rate is negotiable. Don’t wait to seize this great opportunity — shoot us an email today for more information!


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