AmTrust RE, a real estate owner-developer with commercial, mixed-use, and residential properties across several major U.S. markets, unveiled AmTrust Office Suites (AOS), the firm’s elevated coworking concept at 33 North Dearborn, a 329,000-square-foot office property in Chicago’s Central Loop.
Arrayed across four floors, AOS comprises 22,000 square feet of space, and offers both coworking areas and mini office suites in one of the Central Loop’s most well-appointed commercial addresses. With spaces ranging from 50-2,500 square feet, AOS includes many options for small firms and independent operators, including floating desks, private offices and furnished mini suites with shared pantries and lounges, as well as virtual office services for tenants who don’t need a physical presence in the Loop. It also features flexible lease arrangements, including monthly, quarterly and annual agreements.
One of the few Class A boutique office buildings in Chicago’s Central Loop, 33 North Dearborn is an architectural gem within a few blocks of Millennium Park. With the property’s incredible location — providing direct access to the Blue Line and the Cook County Courthouse via Pedway — AOS is the most attractive shared working environment in the Central Loop for lawyers and other business professionals.
All AOS tenants have access to 33 North Dearborn’s amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, a bourbon lounge and onsite restaurants. The building also benefits from ultra-fast gigabit WiFi and 24/7 building access.
“After two years of the work-from-home doldrums, people are clamoring to go to an office that doesn’t just provide a desk and chair, but also features a range of spaces to collaborate and socialize. 33 North Dearborn’s robust amenity suite offers tenants exactly that,” said AmTrust President Jonathan Bennett in a statement. “With the property’s proximity to the courthouse, AOS is an ideal option for solo legal practitioners or small law firms who are looking for a space that provides a market-leading suite of amenities, while still offering maximum flexibility.”