The 300 is Recognized for Design

With multiple redevelopment projects underway, the South Wacker Corridor is experiencing an awakening and The 300, located at 300 S. Wacker Drive, is leading the way. The property, which recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation, was honored on March 17th with two prestigious awards. At the Greater Chicago Food Depository Commercial Real Estate Awards, which celebrates outstanding achievements in the industry and raises money to provide meals for the hungry across Chicagoland, The 300 was awarded “Redevelopment of the Year.” Read more about the awards

Later that evening, across the country in California, the property was honored in the Serve category at the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Honor Awards. Launched in 2004, the annual ceremony celebrates the diverse interior design industry and recognizes projects which embody new and unique design and furnishing techniques. The Serve category features “areas where we meet” including public spaces such as lobbies, libraries, schools, non-office governmental, transportation centers, places of worship, and museums. Read more about the awards

Golub & Company, in partnership with interior design firm Huntsman Architectural Group, sought to create a boutique, hospitality-like environment with the multi-phase, year-long project. To see the transformation in more detail : A Shift Has Taken Place