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Orland Park Place

Since its opening in 1981, Orland Park Place was a failed project. Multiple owners, bankruptcies, and foreclosures left only two tenants in the mall, anchors Montgomery Ward and Kohl’s. Over the years the Village of Orland Park had reviewed numerous proposals which attempted to make it a profitable enterprise. None proved feasible until HSA presented […]

Park 355

The I-55 Corridor’s declining vacancy rates and increased tenant demand moving ahead of supply fueled HSA’s decision to move forward with the development of Park 355 in Woodridge, Illinois. Partners working with HSA had already acquired over one million square feet of industrial space in the Will County area and chose HSA to develop Park […]

Silver Cross Health Center

Silver Cross Hospital wanted to develop a medical office building on the campus of their planned replacement hospital which is located on a 70 acre greenfield site in New Lenox, Illinois. The key challenge of the project was the occupancy requirements of the anchor tenant, Children’s Memorial Hospital, which required a fast track development schedule. […]

South Loop Marketplace

South Loop Marketplace is a Jewel-Osco (formerly Dominick’s) anchored retail center located on the site of the former elevated Soo Line Terminal, south of Roosevelt Road between Clinton and Canal Streets on five city blocks within the City of Chicago. The total development comprises over 125,000 square feet of retail space in the rapidly redeveloping area […]

St. James Commons

At the intersection of Rush and Huron streets, St. James Episcopal Cathedral and the adjacent Episcopal Church Center Office Building and Plaza occupy a city block that is the home to the oldest Episcopal Church in Chicago (rebuilt in its current version after the Great Fire of 1871), a 30,000 square foot, five story office […]

The Mayfair Collection

The highly-visible 69-acre site, known as the “Burleigh Triangle”—which is formed by Highway 45 to the west, Burleigh Street to the south, and the Union Pacific Railroad to the east—had been underutilized and targeted for redevelopment by city officials. The site, which was occupied by over 1M square feet of obsolete industrial facilities, was largely […]

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