Cawley Chicago’s adaptive reuse and redevelopment team, consisting of Zach Pruitt and Nicholas Schaefer, recently closed on the disposition of 1900 W. Hubbard Street, an 18,000 square foot flex warehouse building in the heart of Chicago’s bustling Kinzie Corridor. The property sits on a 30,000 SF hard corner located at the corner of W. Hubbard and N. Wolcott and consists of first floor flex and warehouse space with loft office on the second floor.
“1900 W. Hubbard is situated on an ideal hard corner lot along the corridor of connection between West Town’s Grand Avenue and the United Center making this prime location perfectly situated between the Kinzie Corridor and the Chicago Brewing District,” Pruitt said.
Cawley Chicago represented the owner, Complete Lighting, in this transaction and has been retained by buyer OMP, LLC to lease the property. OMP, LLC has plans to redevelop the site into a new flex, office, light retail property utilizing the prestigious exposure and location.
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