Walnut Street Properties inks tech firm Snap36 to 42K sf Near West Side lease

The company will house all its employees in the building owned by Walnut Street Properties.

Jul.July 11, 2018 04:00 PM

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UPDATE, July 12, 2:25 p.m.: Walnut Street Properties inked tech firm Snap36 to a 42,000-square-foot lease at 219 North Paulina Street on the Near West Side.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Adam McCostlin and Jordan Decker represented Snap36 while CBRE’s Mitch Adams represented ownership.

Snap36, which specializes in 360-degree and 3D imagery and technology, expanded its footprint from 7,000 to 42,000 square feet in its previous headquarters on the Near West Side, according to a company release.

The new lease allows all of its employees to work under one roof. It also includes signage that will be readable to riders of the elevated CTA Green Line trains that run by the building.

This story has been updated to correct the name of the building owner.

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