CHICAGO - Cushman & Wakefield has represented Help at Home, LLC – a leading national provider of high quality, person-centered care and support to older adults and people with disabilities in their homes and community-based settings – in a new long-term lease and move of its corporate headquarters office to the historic Sullivan Center, 1 S. State St., in the Chicago Loop. They will occupy the building’s entire fifth floor, which is 76,313 square feet (sf) of space.
Help at Home will move from their current location at nearby 1 N. State St., later in the year to their new class-A space at The Sullivan Center, the Louis Sullivan-designed property which for years was known as the Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building. Cushman & Wakefield’s Project and Development Services (PDS) team is also assisting with the build out of the new space. Chicago-based Partners By Design has been hired by Help at Home to oversee the office space design and layout to maximize efficiencies.
Help at Home was represented by Cushman & Wakefield’s Jonathan Metzl, Jeffrey P. Samaras, and James Stein. The property’s owner, 601W, was represented by Jamey Dix and Steve Dolz of Telos Group.
“Remaining close to home in the East Loop near transportation lines and finding an office property where all employees and company operations could be on one floor were critical elements of the search,” said Metzl. “Sullivan Center’s large floorplates will provide additional operational efficiencies for Help at Home, while maintaining the vintage charm of their previous space.”
“Chicago has been home since our founding in 1975, and we are thrilled to be relocating to the historic Sullivan Center in the heart of the city,” said Help at Home CEO Paul Mastrapa. “Bringing our corporate office support team and Chicago care management center together on one floor will help improve efficiency, communication and convenience for our caregivers and new employees.”