Colliers International Chicago executives Steve Kling and David Florent have finalized a long-term, 55,000-square-foot lease with Ally Financial (Ally) at Schaumburg Towers located at 1400-1450 American Lane in Schaumburg, IL. Ally, a leading digital financial services company, will make the move from Itasca, where it currently occupies 44,000 square feet, in the third quarter 2022. The lease brings the property to 70% leased.
“We are excited to have Ally Financial join an impressive roster of existing tenants who call Schaumburg Towers home,” said John Roeser, an executive vice president with American Landmark Properties, owner of Schaumburg Towers.
Schaumburg Towers is a two building, 882,000-square-foot Class A office complex offering a uniquely urban experience in the heart of the suburbs. Since 2017, America Landmark Properties has invested more than $20 million to renovate the building, refreshing the common areas while adding world-class amenities such as a fitness center, conference room, game room and outdoor lounge. With the health and wellness of current and future tenants and visitors in mind, American Landmark Properties also updated all building systems, adding destination dispatch touchless elevator technology and modern HVAC systems.
Kling and Florent are the exclusive leasing agents for Schaumburg Towers. This is the eighth new lease the duo has signed at the property during the pandemic.
“Leasing at Schaumburg Towers has never been busier,” said Florent. “Schaumburg Towers’ great location adjacent to Woodfield Mall, coupled with its size, allows ownership to provide amenities that tenants demand and that few other suburban buildings can provide. The building’s success is directly attributable to its trophy quality.”
JLL’s Scott Ohlander represented Ally in the transaction.