Little City Foundation has signed a five-year lease extension and moved to a 6,310-square-foot newly remodeled suite at the Universal Building in Chicago.
“The Universal Building has served as a great location for the Little City Foundation for a long time and we are glad that it will continue to do so for the foreseeable future,” said Catherine Caravette, owner of Catherine Caravette and Associates Inc., who represents building ownership. “This is a wonderful location for any business that is working directly in Chicago’s surrounding communities. For nonprofits, it is hard to find a premier building with high-quality amenities at such a competitive price.”
Serving as the organization’s Chicago office since 2001, the location focuses on foster care services and in-home support for children and adults with autism and other intellectual developmental disorders.
“We recently did a geographic study of where our clients are located and it turns out that the Universal Building is practically the most centralized address we could have,” said Richard Bobby, director of Little City’s Center for Family and Community Based Services. “We service families in all areas of Chicago and this location allows us to be efficient with our travel. The building is in fantastic condition and the management has been amazing to work with.”
Located at 700 Sacramento in Chicago, The Universal Building is a 150,000-square-foot loft office property. The building offers: on-site management and engineering services, gated parking, on-site security, classic loft office space design, open floor plans, access to CTA bus routes and high-speed Internet. The location allows for easy access to several major highways and is adjacent to many of Chicago’s trendiest neighborhoods, such as Wicker Park, Ukrainian Village and Noble Square.