Conveniently located on the eastern side of Chicago’s downtown Loop neighborhood. Situated on the fourth floor of a 1957 steel-framed building that formerly housed the Amalgamated Bank, Expansive 100 South State blends mid-century architecture and modern innovation with floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the space with light. This five-floor boutique building offers easy elevator access on a prominent corner and a spacious lounge wrapping around a stunning central stairway.
Conveniently located just steps from popular River North restaurants and nightlife. Originally built in 1917 and fully renovated in 2017, this stunning red brick building sits on a beautiful residential street right in the heart of River North. With lofted ceilings and abundant natural light, the building combines historic elements like exposed brick with contemporary updates and amenities that make it feel bright and fresh. With a wide open first floor lounge with manned reception, all four floors are dedicated to flexible workspace.
Conveniently located at the heart of River North. Built in 2004, this beautiful red brick building features 10-foot lofted ceilings, oversized windows that flood the interiors with natural light, and a top-floor outdoor deck with views of the city beyond. With seven floors of state-of-the-art office space, it features modern amenities like keyless building access and covered parking right in the heart of River North and around the corner from Expansive’s original River North location.
Located across from Chase Plaza in the heart of the Loop. The building where it all began! 73 West Monroe holds a special place in our hearts as our original flagship location. This jewel box of a building offers five floors of renovated workspace with a bright ground floor lobby, large bike room, and stunning views of the Exelon Plaza clock and fountain. Built in 1881 and extensively restored, it retains original details like rough wood beams and ornate ironwork despite its updated finishes.
Located on prestigious Wacker Drive overlooking the Merchandise Mart. Expansive Wacker features incredible Chicago River views and site offers 19 floors of sophisticated Art Deco style. Originally designed by Holabird and Root in 1927 to house the Chicago Evening Post, it served as the headquarters of the Chicago Sun-Times until 1958. Today it features fully updated interiors, soaring windows on the lower floors and ground floor retail.
The largest flex workspace in Chicago. Positioned at the intersection of Adams Street and Wacker Drive with city, river, and tower views, this location sits less than a block from Union Station with Willis Tower across the street. The largest flex workspace in Chicago and the Midwest, this 19-floor building was built in 1930 as the Fashion Trades Building. It now features 39 SmartSuites®, 5 On-Demand Conference Rooms, two lounge areas, and state-of-the-art technology and amenities.