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Home Chef to Move Headquarters to Chicago’s Old Post Office

Owner 601W Cos. is transforming the Old Post Office Building into office space. The $800 million project is underway. (Rendering courtesy of Gensler)

CHICAGO — Home Chef has unveiled plans to move its headquarters into the redeveloped Old Post Office in Chicago this year. Home Chef, which merged with The Kroger Co. in 2018, will use the new space to accelerate growth, develop new products and expand its offerings. The company, which produces meal kits, will occupy 74,000 square feet. Home Chef currently has more than 750 employees in the Chicago area at its corporate offices in the Wrigley Building, satellite offices and distribution center in Bedford Park. The renovation of the Old Post Office Building is an $800 million project currently underway by owner 601W Cos. to transform the property into office space. Other tenants who have recently signed leases include Walgreens, Ferrara Candy Co. and AbelsonTaylor.

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