Goby Inc. Opens Headquarters In History Chicago, Illinois Art Deco Tower
Originally the American National Bank building, 33 N LaSalle is a 38-story, art deco, tower built in 1928 in the heart of Chicago's financial center. The 402,000 square-foot skyscraper is home to dozens of businesses.
Helee Lev, Goby Executive Vice President said, "We're investing in our future and our team with a new, sustainable, state-of-the-art facility, that will match our unique mission. The John Buck Company is a valued Goby customer and 33 N LaSalle is one of many success stories we share. The building was LEED Silver certified by Goby in 2009 and in the past year alone its ENERGY STAR score had leaped by 11 points taking it from 75 to a stellar 86, all managed on our platform."
Betsy Traczek, The John Buck Company Principal stated, "It is exciting to continue our partnership with Goby, not only as a premier service provider but also as a valued tenant at 33 N LaSalle. Since purchasing the asset in 2014, The John Buck Company has implemented a significant capital plan to enhance the property that includes adding first-class amenities as well as upgrading building systems. We are delighted that companies like Goby appreciate our efforts and are making 33 N LaSalle their home."
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