Mid-America brings four retailers to Chicago MSA centers

Oakbrook Terrace, Ill. — Mid-America Asset Management Inc. has secured four new retail leases on behalf of three lifestyle shopping centers in the Chicago metropolitan area. Mid-America represented the landlord in each transaction.

In Algonquin, Ill., Pure Mountain Company has taken 8,824 sq. ft. at Algonquin Commons in Algonquin, Ill. Premier Commercial Realty represented the tenant. Dick’s Sporting Goods, DSW, Old Navy, PetSmart and Trader Joe’s anchor the 578,825-sq.-ft. Algonquin Commons lifestyle center.

The Dailey Method signed a lease for 2,034 sq. ft. at Orland Park Crossing in Orland Park, Ill. Schramko Real Estate represented the tenant. Owned by Edwards Realty Co., the 48,869-sq.-ft. lifestyle center is anchored by Ann Taylor, Chico’s and White House | Black Market.

At Geneva Commons in Geneva, Ill., Mid-America signed two retailers. Victoria’s secret took 6,500 sq. ft., and Color Me Mine signed for 1,048 sq. ft. The tenants were self-represented. This will be the second storefront at Geneva Commons for Victoria’s Secret; the retailer plans to convert their former store to a stand-alone PINK concept. Anchoring the 437,546-sq.-ft. lifestyle center are Dick’s Sporting Goods, Barnes & Noble, Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn.

Mid-America Asset Management, Inc. is a member of the Mid-America Real Estate Group and a ChainLinks affiliate.



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