25 East Oak Street, Chicago, IL
East Oak Street
This cosmopolitan, history-packed strip on downtown Michigan Avenue between the Michigan Avenue Bridge and Oak Street leads you from department stores to multi-story megamalls and finally to luxury boutiques with brands lined in a row. 25 E. Oak St. the former Barneys building was renovated in 2010. Jenel was responsible for curating the leasing on what is now known as one of the most iconic buildings in the marketplace located at the intersection of Oak and Rush streets. Anchored by Hermes, the property draws some of the wealthiest local shoppers looking for unique luxury products. The Windy City’s answer to Madison Avenue, is home to high-end fashion brands; Rush Street offers trendy boutiques, restaurants and entertainment venues, including Gibsons, Prada and a trendy Starbucks. The four-story building includes an adjacent one-story annex known as the Chelsea Passage which is now Loro Piana. The 47,488 square-foot flagship was constructed in 1992, and undergone major renovation in 2010 and is now occupied by nine different brands.