Sterling Bay signed a lease with Sloan at 333 N Green in Chicago’s Fulton Market. The manufacturer of commercial plumbing systems will occupy 20,000 square feet of rentable space for its first Chicago showroom.
Designed by Gensler and constructed by Power Construction, 333 N Green features large, flexible floorplates and full-service tenant amenities. The property—which with this lease is now 93 percent leased to a roster of tenants including WPP, EY wavespace, Convene and Sterling Bay’s own headquarters—is located near several major public transit hubs and also features on-site parking uniquely screened behind a “kinetic wall.”
“Like Sterling Bay, Sloan is an industry-leading business born right here in Chicago and we are thrilled to help take its operation to the next level in Fulton Market,” said Andy Gloor, CEO of Sterling Bay. “Focused on the latest in tech and modern design, Sloan will deliver a new dimension of expertise to the neighborhood’s professional community.”
Sterling Bay’s executive vice president of leasing, Russ Cora, and leasing associate, Gillian Keebler, negotiated the transaction. Larry Cohn, Senior Broker at @properties, represented the tenant.
Founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1906, Sloan is at the forefront of the green building movement and provides smart, sustainable and hygienic restroom solutions. Manufacturing commercial restroom products that are bold in design and built to perform, Sloan works to deliver water-efficient products across the restroom, ranging from flushometers, electronic faucets and sink systems, to soap dispensers and vitreous china fixtures to markets across the world.
“The current pandemic has accelerated the need for touch-free products to help make the restroom a more sanitary environment,” said Graham Allen, Sloan co-president and CEO. “We feel fortunate to be in a position where we can help our clients design healthier, higher-performing restroom experiences during this difficult time, and as we continue to grow, we need more space to accomplish that task. Opening an office showroom in Fulton Market allows us to put ourselves in the middle of the action, get closer to the local architecture and design community, and draw on a deeper talent pool. We’re very excited.”