NAI Hiffman is proud to announce that its Industrial Services team recently completed a 410,400-square-foot lease renewal at 1211 Fairview Drive in Dekalb, Illinois, on behalf of a private ownership entity.
3M Company (3M) is a technology company that operates through five segments: Industrial; Safety and Graphics; Health Care; Electronics and Energy, and Consumer. The company is a manufacturer and marketer of a range of products and services.
3M originally occupied the asset in 2007 as a build-to-suit for lease with a term of 10 years. In early 2016, Executive Vice President, John Cash, SIOR; and Vice Presidents, Adam Naparsteck and David Haigh, CCIM, were retained to negotiate the renewal, and thus obtained a favorable agreement, extending the lease an additional five years.
Located in DeKalb County, 1211 Fairview Drive is a Class A industrial asset is a precast building featuring a 32’ clear height, T-5 light fixtures, ESFR sprinklers and 178 trailer parking spaces.
NAI Hiffman’s Cash, Naparsteck and Haigh, represented ownership in the lease transaction; CRESA’s Mike Gordon represented 3M Company.
Anna Weselak of Weselak & Associates will be presenting at the next Chicago Booth Entrepreneurial Roundtable on September 11. Information about the workshop and registration information is here. This workshop is open to all. If not available on September 11, please contact Anna to arrange a presentation to your company or organization.
The Chamber’s End-of-Summer Mixer took place at Seasons 52 and was attended by Chamber members and Village officials. At the Mixer the Chamber recognized and awarded BCSF’s Susan Lindquist, Krusinski Construction’s Jeff Krusinski, Comcast Business’ Ken Greene, Inland Real Estate’s Dan Wagner, Ace Hardware’s Shannon Kelly and Lauren Mikula, GEA Architect’s Rich Blair, and Terracon Construction’s Sean Toolan for their leadership and contributions to the Talented Workforce Committee, Economic Development Partnership Council, Young Business Leaders, and the Chamber’s STEM-Bridge program. After the program Councils and Committees’ members enjoyed great conversations over drinks and signature Seasons’ 52 flatbreads and mini desserts. The event certainly made the End of Summer something to celebrate!
Village Manager, Riccardo F. Ginex, announced today that he has selected Tony Budzikowski as the new Community Development Director for the Village of Oak Brook. Budzikowski will fill the position vacated when the former Director, Bob Kallien, retired last month.
Budzikowski presently serves as the Community and Economic Development Director at the Village of Lisle. He has held that position for the last 17 ½ years, leading his department and providing similar services including building/code enforcement, planning and zoning, engineering, economic development and floodplain management. During his tenure in Lisle, he has been instrumental in bringing several large scale commercial, mixed-use and residential developments to that Village.
Budzikowski also served as a development planner with Carol Stream and Naperville from 1994 to 1999. He is a professional planner and administrator with 27 years of local government experience. Budzikowski is a member of the American Planning Association and American Institute of Certified Planners. He is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Community and Regional Planning. Budzikowski earned his Master’s Degree in Urban Planning and Public Policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Village Manager Ginex stated, “I am excited to have such a qualified individual join the management team at Oak Brook. Tony’s experience in development, knowledge and his calm demeanor will be a great asset to Oak Brook.”
Over thirty individuals applied for the position. Budzikowski will begin his employment with the Village on Wednesday, September 6 . He lives in Wheaton with his wife Cindy and daughters Taylor and Jorie, who attend Taylor University and Vanderbilt University.
Visit www.oak-brook.org to learn more.
The Oak Brook Promenade is a vibrant, high quality specialty retail and dining lifestyle center located in Oak Brook, the premiere shopping destination of the Chicagoland area. Anchored by nationally renowned tenants featuring fine clothiers, jewelers, financial services, home furnishings, as well as casual and fine dining restaurants.
RPAI is happy to announce that two new businesses will be joining the ranks of many others this fall.
LeChar Beauty Spa will open at 3021 Butterfield Road and Delos Therapy, a Chicago Pain Management center, will open at 3011 Butterfield Road.
For any questions or to learn more about these businesses please contact Stacy Short at RPAI.
Nurse.org, the web’s leading career site for nurses, has recognized Rush University Medical Center as one of the best hospitals for nurses to work for in Illinois. Over the past two years, Nurse.org has collected more than 1,502 reviews by nurses at 169 Illinois hospitals about their workplace satisfaction. Reviews in Illinois state have revealed that Rush University Medical Center has one of the highest levels of satisfaction among its nurses.
Reviewers cited extremely helpful and supportive staff, education opportunities, and good pay as the basis for the 4.7 star rating with 100% of the nurses surveyed recommending the hospital as an employer.
Nurse.org’s Product Manager, Phillip Lee, congratulated Rush University Medical Center on this achievement saying, “We’re excited to be able to recognize Rush University Medical Center for topping our list of best hospitals to work for in Illinois. After surveying over a thousand nurses in Illinois, it is clear that Rush University Medical Center is one of the best places for nurses to work. All the nurses we surveyed would recommend it to their colleagues.”
Nurse.org provides a safe platform on which nurses leave honest workplace reviews. Completely anonymous, nurses share their opinions about culture, nurse-to-patient ratios, and other matters important to them.
Making the list of top hospitals shows the facility is focused on nurse satisfaction. Nurse recruitment — a challenge today — becomes easier when the hospital can demonstrate its commitment to nurses by pointing to an unbiased source.
The full rankings of the Best Hospitals in Illinois for Nurses is available to view at http://nurse.org/articles/best-hospitals-illinois/
To see all of the Rush University Medical Center reviews, see their facility page on Nurse.org.