Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Chicago office recently announced plans to move to a brand-new space inside Sterling Bay’s mixed-use development at 360 N. Green. Currently under construction, the state-of-the-art building in Chicago’s Fulton Market will become the law firm’s home in 2025, boasting top-notch amenities in a burgeoning business, recreational, and residential neighborhood.
“We thought long and hard about where we wanted to make our next home,” said Rita M. Powers, co-managing shareholder of the Chicago office and co-chair of the firm’s Real Estate Litigation Practice. “We have been at 77 West Wacker for more than 20 years. The Fulton Market neighborhood and the office building itself reflect the innovative, entrepreneurial culture of Greenberg Traurig. We were ready for a change that fosters fresh collaboration and a sense of community.”
The building at 360 N. Green is a 24-story mixed-use development owned by real estate development firm Sterling Bay. The 500,000-square-foot building features modern office spaces, ground-floor retail, and full-service amenities such as a mid-tier deck with green space and sweeping views of the Chicago skyline. Greenberg Traurig plans to occupy about 90,000 square feet of space.
“With Greenberg Traurig’s lease, the building is already 70% leased, and it isn’t even open yet,” said Andy Gloor, CEO of Sterling Bay. “This speaks to the quality of the building and the appeal that this neighborhood has for major companies and organizations looking to refresh their office space and adapt to the evolving nature of working in the city. This is a beautiful building in a vibrant neighborhood.”
“We were intentional about finding a location that aligns with the values of our organization,” said Michael Fishman, vice chairman of Greenberg Traurig’s Chicago Office. “With return to office and talent retention remaining top priorities for the firm, 360 N. Green is a dynamic development that will provide an environment for our lawyers, professional staff, and clients to thrive. We were thrilled to partner with Sterling Bay, with whom we have worked for many years, on this new office space in Chicago.”
In addition to planning for bright, functional offices and a versatile conference center, Greenberg Traurig will leverage the plentiful outdoor space, including terraces on each floor, as well as common areas designed for both impromptu and formal gatherings. Greenberg Traurig plans to move into the new office space in the second quarter of 2025. In the meantime, the firm will work on designing and customizing its occupied floors to maximize the utility and unique characteristics of the space.