Sterling Bay Hits Milestone With Fulton Market Tower
Sterling Bay announced today it received a certificate of occupancy for 333 North Green St., a 19-story, 553K SF office and retail building in Fulton Market, one of several new skyscrapers now rising over the once-industrial neighborhood.
Issued by Chicago’s Department of Buildings, the document certifies that the property conforms to Chicago's building code.
Sterling Bay broke ground on 333 North Green in April 2018, and company officials said construction was completed according to the original timeline they set forth with their partners when the Chicago Plan Commission approved the project in February 2018.
“Our world-class design and construction professionals worked together to keep the project on schedule, rain or shine,” Sterling Bay CEO Andy Gloor said.
With the certificate in place, tenants can begin moving into their spaces in early 2020.
These tenants include anchor tenant WPP, one of the world’s largest advertising companies, which will occupy more than 263K SF across seven floors. In addition, EY wavespace, an innovation center created by EY, the Big 4 accounting giant formerly known as Ernst & Young, will occupy more than 40K SF on the ninth floor for about 200 local employees.
Fulton Market has also become a hotbed for coworking firms, and Convene, one of the nation's largest providers, will occupy more than 95K SF at 333 North Green.
In addition, Sterling Bay will relocate its corporate headquarters to the property in early 2020.