Google to buy Chicago’s Thompson Center after renovations

By Charlie Innis (July 27, 2022, 7:18 p.m. EDT) — Google plans to expand its presence in Chicago by purchasing the James R. Thompson Center, currently valued at $105 million, after the building undergoes renovations with a developer that acquired the Illinois landmark advised by Mayer Brown LLP, the state and tech giant announced Wednesday.

Illinois officials say the state has completed the sale of the building to JRTC Holdings LLC, an entity led by Chicago developer Michael Reschke, in a deal worth $105 million. of dollars. The developer plans to renovate the Thompson Center for Google to company specifications, the state said.

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