Two years in the making, East Village's terracotta-clad Amber Building is officially open for business. The former furniture store now boasts a combined 16,000 square feet of coworking space on the second and third floors of the building, though the ground floor retail space is still looking for a tenant - likely a restaurant. With the plethora of coworking spaces opening in the Loop and River North, Building Blocks developer Kevin Miske is hoping to tap the tech workers who prefer a commute closer to home. When we last stopped by the building in January, the renovation was mostly complete but the build out had not yet started. However, the building is now ready for new tenants, with rents expected to run $1,200-$2,500 a month for a space.
· Office Space, Shared [Building Blocks]
· East Village's Amber Building Nears The Finish Line [Curbed Chicago]
· Previous Amber Building coverage [Curbed Chicago]