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October 2016

NAI Hiffman’s Granger completes three transactions in Chicago’s Northwest submarket

OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL (October 26, 2016) – NAI Hiffman’s Bruce Granger, senior vice president, recently completed three building transactions in Sycamore, Rockford, and Elgin. 

In Sycamore, Granger represented seller Ron Wellander and Carol Whitmore in the sale of 71 acres of land located at 1501 West State Street to an undisclosed buyer. In Rockford, Granger represented seller, Mark V and Susan M Okkerse in the disposition of a 16,800-square-foot building located at 3510 Merchandise Drive. Seabass Realty, LLC was the buyer of the property. Finally, ShopWare, Inc renewed it 3,207-square-foot space at 2175 Point Boulevard.  ShopWare Inc. is a Midwest source for CAD/CAM CNC programming software. Granger represented ShopWare Inc in the transaction; Mark Smith, CBRE represented the landlord. 

About NAI Hiffman
Comprised of over 150 real estate professionals, NAI Hiffman provides leasing, management and investment sales representation for owners and occupiers of commercial real estate in the Chicago metro market. It currently leases and manages a 54+ million SF portfolio of over 600 commercial properties throughout metropolitan Chicago, Northwest Indiana and Southeast Wisconsin. NAI Hiffman is the Chicago-area representative for NAI Global, the world’s largest managed network of real estate service providers, has more than 375 offices strategically located throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific, with over 6,700 local market professionals, managing over 380 million square feet of property.

Mentioned in Bisnow Chicago, The Daily Herald

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