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.
In addition to the primary Expansive Lounge on the 17th floor, this location also enjoys an additional common area on the 16th floor featuring soft seating and work tables, as well as additional soft seating areas on most other floors.
Our meeting rooms come equipped with smart TV monitors, remote controls, and polycom speaker phones.
Private phone booths give you a place to step aside and focus. They include built-in desks, ventilation and transparent doors.
Secure, lockable bike racks allow clients to safely and conveniently store bicycles for their commute.
Every Expansive location is proud to offer its working mothers a comfortable private space equipped with soft seating, dedicated refrigerator, locking door, and electrical outlets.
Expansive is unique in that we own the buildings we develop and operate. As a result, we offer a wider range of spaces than others, so clients can grow with us over time. Even more importantly, it enables us to share the benefits of an integrated, nationwide property owner with our clients, giving them four key advantages at significantly lower cost:
Create workspace that allows you realize your vision even as it evolves
You and your team can concentrate, collaborate, and deliver on your potential
Surround yourself with the people who make a hard day’s work fulfilling
The workplace can be a steady anchor in a world that often feels uncontrollable
Health, wellness, and safety are the foundation on which thriving workspaces are built. Check out the many ways in which we deliver on our commitment to foster happy and healthy environments for our community.