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February 2017

NAI Hiffman represents Edens ownership, KBS, in two office transactions in Northbrook, Illinois

NORTHBROOK, IL (February 14, 2017) – NAI Hiffman is proud to announce that the firm completed two recent lease transactions at Edens Corporate Center, 630 & 650 Dundee Road in Northbrook, Illinois, on behalf of ownership.  

NAI Hiffman Senior Vi­ce Presidents, Linda Garske and Jason Wurtz, represented owner, KBS, in one 6,614-square-foot lease expansion and a 4,823-square-foot new lease. These transactions bring the building’s occupancy to 98 percent.

In the first transaction, Continuum Clinical occupied an additional 6,614-square-feet in the 630 Building. Continuum Clinical is a gl­obal healthcare research and communications company. Chris Cummins of Cushman & Wakefield represented Continuum Clinical in its expansion.

In a separate transaction, CTE Global, Inc., an international representative for enzyme production facilities, signed a new lease for 4,823-square feet in the 630 Building.

Bill Mass of Mass Realty LLC represented CTE Global, Inc in its new lease.

Edens Corporate Center has recently undergone significant capital improvements, including: refreshed elevator cabs and common corridors, the addition of a full-service fitness facility, yoga room and bike room, as well as a complete lobby renovation at both Edens’ buildings. Two suites remain available including a 1,800-square-foot spec suite complete with furniture.

For additional information, visit: www.edensoffice.com.


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