May 8, 2017
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Dallas-based The Howard Hughes Corporation (THHC) confirmed that Bank of America will be the lead anchor tenant at 110 North Wacker Dr. in Chicago. The financial institution pre-leased nearly 500,000 square feet at the 51-story tower, being developed by THHC and joint-venture partner Riverside Investment & Development.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said, “This building will make Chicago’s skyline even brighter and our riverfront more vibrant, while creating economic opportunities in neighborhoods across the city.”
Construction is expected to begin in spring 2018, and the building is slated to deliver in late 2020. “Now that city approvals and a meaningful pre-lease commitment have been secured, 110 North Wacker is well on its way to becoming a reality,” indicated THHC’s David Weinreb.
The lease accounts for more than a third of the 1.35-million-square-foot high-rise. JLL represented the bank, and CBRE advised the landlord.
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