NAI Hiffman commits to long-term, full-floor in new space at One Oakbrook Terrace
NAI Hiffman is pleased to announce the relocation and long-term commitment of its corporate headquarters at One Oakbrook Terrace, located at the intersection of Butterfield Road and 22nd Street in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. NAI Hiffman is a full-service, third-party provider of commercial real estate services in the Chicago metro market and has occupied space in the building for more than 10 years. The new lease consolidates NAI Hiffman’s brokerage, management, marketing & research, and accounting services onto an entire floor, taking up more than 20,000 square feet.
“With our continued client growth, laser focus on our evolving culture and the desire to reflect our commitment to being a fiercely independent force in the marketplace, this relocation to the fourth floor allows us to completely re-engineer our space and create more teaming opportunities. It is this sort of reinvestment in our people and platform which has allowed us to continue delivering a uniquely collaborative and market-leading service to our clients. The new environment reflects our commitment to service and the need for constant innovation,” said, Dave Petersen, CEO of NAI Hiffman. “Ownership’s commitment of capital to the building through modern improvements and amenities supported our decision to remain in this great location we have called home for years.”
One Oakbrook Terrace’s institutional owner has recently completed many significant capital improvements to the asset including a new food service and tenant lounge, a new conference facility, and most recently, a refreshed lobby bringing to the main entrance the finishes and feel which reflect the latest trends and amenities of today’s suburban office building’s environment. An elevator cab upgrade will commence this quarter.
Jim Adler and Michael Flynn, executive vice president’s with NAI Hiffman’s office services group, represented NAI Hiffman in the transaction. Brian Edgerton of NAI Hiffman represented the institutional owner.