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June 2018

O’Neill, Chrastka represent ownership in 22,699-square-foot lease renewal

ELMHURST, IL (June 11, 2018) – Fresenius Medical Care has renewed its lease at The Corporate Plaza of Elmhurst. NAI Hiffman Executive Vice President Dan O’Neill and Vice President Steve Chrastka represented owner Dukes Bridge LLC in the lease transaction, and Pat Crow of Cresa represented Fresenius Medical Care.

Fresenius Medical Care currently occupies 22,699 square feet at 501 W. Lake Street in Elmhurst, IL. Located in the East-West Corridor submarket, The Corporate Plaza of Elmhurst is a single-story office complex with high visibility on Lake Street that features common docks, office/flex space and desirable interstate access to Route 83 and Interstates 290, 294, and 355. The property is currently 73% leased with four spaces available ranging from 4,000 to 13,000 square feet.

About NAI Hiffman

Comprised of more than 160 real estate professionals, NAI Hiffman provides leasing, management, investment sales and capital markets representation for owners and occupiers of commercial real estate in the Chicago metro market. It currently leases and manages an 80+ million SF portfolio of over 700 commercial properties throughout metropolitan Chicago, Northwest Indiana and Southeast Wisconsin. NAI Global offices are leaders in their local markets and work in unison to provide clients with exceptional solutions to their commercial real estate needs. NAI Global has more than 400 offices strategically located throughout the world, with 7,000+ local market professionals, handling over $20 billion in transaction value and managing 425+ million SF of property. For more information, please visit www.naihiffman.com.

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