This members-only tour will take you behind-the-scenes of Willis Tower’s ongoing restorative transformation project. See plans for new tenant amenity spaces and hear from key players involved in the project.
The iconic Willis Tower, a 110-story urban destination and state-of-the-art workplace, is being transformed from street to sky through a more than a half billion dollar renovation plan that is currently underway. The transformation project will bring 300,000 square feet of new retail, dining and entertainment space—including Catalog, a five-story immersive neighborhood experience—as well as 125,000 square feet of tenant-exclusive amenities and a 30,000-square-foot outdoor deck and garden.
David Moore, Senior Vice President and Portfolio Director at EQ Office, and Todd Heiser, one of Gensler's lead architects on the project, will share their vision for Willis Tower and lead a tour through the new tenant amenity spaces in the building. You'll also have a chance to see a new, large-scale architectural model of Willis Tower, which shows in detail what the building will look like post-renovation. Mix and mingle with other CAC members over light appetizers and cocktails, all included in the ticket price.
Note: This event is intended for members only. Memberships start at $80.
Program Speaker: David Moore
David Moore is Senior Vice President and Portfolio Director at EQ Office. In his role, he oversees the company’s downtown and suburban Chicago office real estate portfolio. Prior to joining EQ in December 2016, David spent nearly 10 years with Hines Interests, most recently serving as a Director responsible for sourcing, analyzing and executing investment and development opportunities across multiple commercial real estate products across the Midwest.
Program Speaker: Todd Heiser
Todd is a Co-Managing Director of Gensler’s Chicago office. He has more than 20 years of experience implementing and leading next-generation designs with clients like Matter, Google, Kohler, Le Meridien Hotels and Nickelodeon. Todd’s visceral, experience-based interiors integrate materials, planning and client-focused detailing. Todd was named Contract magazine’s 2016 Designer of the Year and Interior Design magazine’s 2015 HiP Leader for Workplace.