NAPERVILLE, IL—NAI Hiffman has just beenawarded the management and leasing contract for NapervilleWoods Office Center by Agellan Capital PartnersInc. Located at 1000-1100 E. Warrenville Rd. inNaperville, the class A center is one of the most significantoffice properties in the East-West corridor. It features two,four-story buildings totaling over 486,000-square feet that arecurrently 98.7% occupied. NAI Hiffman now leases and manages about56.6-million-square-feet of office, industrial, and retail space inthe Chicagoland market.

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Naperville Woods Office Center was built in 1988, but thelobbies, restrooms, building systems, façade and landscapingreceived complete renovations in 2007; Agellan REIT USLP purchased the property in 2013. Located at theinterchange of I-88 and Naperville Rd., the 31-acre campus featuresdramatic atrium lobbies, a cafeteria, fitness center, and abundantparking. The center is also near several hotels and restaurants andis adjacent to Herrick Woods Forest Preserve.

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“We are excited to partner with Agellan Capital Partners andlook forward to growing a strong relationship with them whilecreating a success story at the property,” said DavePetersen, chief executive officer of NAI Hiffman.“Naperville Woods Office Center will certainly be a flagship officeasset for our company.”

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The NAI Hiffman leasing team of Dan O'Neill andJim Adler will market existing and upcomingavailabilities.

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Brian J. Rogal

Brian J. Rogal is a Chicago-based freelance writer with years of experience as an investigative reporter and editor, most notably at The Chicago Reporter, where he concentrated on housing issues. He also has written extensively on alternative energy and the payments card industry for national trade publications.