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September 2020

Still heading into the office: Pandemic expected to boost suburban office

Jim Adler Office

In this Daily Herald Business Ledger article, NAI Hiffman Executive Vice President Jim Adler shares his insight, highlights some activity trends, and explains why the office environment remains a valuable commodity in the changing market.

“COVID-19 has not killed the need for office space. In fact in the suburbs it may be accelerating an office revival begun several years ago. At NAI Hiffman we’re fielding calls from business leaders across Chicagoland and beyond who are exploring their options, including moving to the suburbs from downtown or keeping their Loop office as a hub and establishing smaller, “spoke” offices across the city and suburbs. With a lot of varied and customizable product on the market, now is the right time to take a look, whether you are an investor or prospective tenant.”

Read the full story here.

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