- September 18, 2012
Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella is delighted to announce that, to accommodate our own continuing growth and increasing client needs, we are expanding and refining our facilities here at 330 North Wabash in Chicago. In a few short months we will be established on the 21st and 22nd floors – renovations are already underway on 21. Our reception area will move from 22 to 21.
“When so many other firms are downsizing, our expansion is testimony to the steady growth of both our client base and our clients’ operations,” says Doug Wambach, chair of the firm’s real estate practice and member of its management committee. “We were bursting at the seams when 21 became available. Beyond meeting our own increasing space requirements, adding convenience and comfort for visiting clients became a priority in our expansion.”
Of course, like anyone keenly anticipating soon-to-be-completed home renovations, we are eager to host! We can’t wait to extend our enhanced capabilities to offer richer services and amenities to our clients.
Our new and larger Reception Area on 21 will function as our hub – providing efficient access to a new set of meeting rooms, which will be fully outfitted to accommodate client meeting needs, including an adjacent food service facility.
Firm expansion is occurring just ahead of the building’s new identity as “AMA Plaza,” as The American Medical Association will soon take up residence in the Chicago landmark tower (formerly known as “IBM Plaza” after its original owner).
We are also looking forward to the AMA Plaza’s installation of a conference center which we can use for larger meetings or presentations of up to 100 people, as well as a food service facility on the 16th floor of the building, serving breakfast and lunch.