Datassentials becomes latest tenant in Chicago’s Fulton Market

Provider of data to food and beverage companies to move into 1201 W Lake Street

Chicago /
Oct.October 29, 2021 03:30 PM
1201 W Lake Street and Colliers' Douglas Jeppe (Twelve01West, LinkedIn via Jeppe)

1201 W Lake Street and Colliers’ Dougal Jeppe (Twelve01West, LinkedIn via Jeppe)

Data tool provider Datassential became the latest tenant at Chicago’s Fulton Market, signing a lease for more than 13,000 square feet in Fulton Market.

Datassential, which provides data tools to food and beverage companies, will move from its home at 18 S Michigan Avenue in January 2022, when the lease begins, Rejournals reported.

Colliers Chicago’s Dougal Jeppe negotiated the lease at 1201 W Lake Street on behalf of Datassentials. The new space has a state-of-the-art kitchen and an outdoor deck that can be used by employees and clients.

“The opportunity to upgrade space was too good to pass up,” Jeppe told Rejournals. “Now this company that serves the food and beverage industry has space that is on brand and in the center of Chicago’s most vibrant culinary scene.”

Another building in Fulton Market will have new tenants moving in soon. A 121,000-square-foot office building, located at 1320 W Fulton Street, will be the home of Farmers Business Network, Nolan Transportation Group and Dude Products.

Datassential joins Coca-Cola and Bissell at 1201 W Lake and will occupy a portion of the second floor along with developer McCaffery, according to the building’s website. The 135,000-square-foot Class A office building features floor-to-ceiling glass windows and includes a wellness center, tenant lounge, bike room and a 45-car indoor parking area.

The seven-story building, which has retail space on the ground floor, is in the West Loop Fulton Market District just one block north of Randolph Street’s “Restaurant Row.”

[Rejournals] — Victoria Pruitt





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