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CHICAGO — Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has negotiated four leases totaling approximately 200,000 square feet within One Financial Plaza in downtown Chicago. JLL’s Michael Curran and Mark Gunderson represented building owner Behringer Harvard, which owns the property via its Behringer Harvard REIT I Inc. investment program, in the lease transactions. Chicago Trading Company signed a new 87,400-square-foot lease within the 40-story, approximately 1 million-square-foot tower. The tenant is relocating from the Chicago Board of Trade Building in May 2010, and will be moving into One Financial Place’s trading floors, as well as the fourth and fifth floors of the office tower. Mark Keebler and Brad Serot of CB Richard Ellis negotiated the deal on behalf of Chicago Trading Company
The Chicago Stock Exchange has renegotiated its lease within One Financial Place, ceding the fourth and fifth floors of the building’s 440 South LaSalle complex and moving to the seventh floor of the office tower. The tenant will occupy approximately 50,000 square feet, reducing its footprint by approximately 60,000 square feet. Lisa Davidson and Rich Schuham of Studley represented Thee Chicago Stock Exchange. The Comptroller of the Currency renewed its 40,000-square-foot lease, represented by Schuham and Joe Learner of Studley. MF Global expanded its lease by 12,000 square feet to 76,905 square feet in total.

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