Client Spotlight: EquiTrade Group Inc.

Since its inception in 2002, Amata has developed long-term relationships with a number of its clients, including EquiTrade Group Inc., Amata’s very first customer.

Client Spotlight: Israel Idonije Foundation

Amata’s shared office centers are home to a variety of businesses and organizations, including non-profits that need a flexible and affordable space to house their day-to-day operations.

Client Spotlight: Marketing Keys

For most businesses, location is key. Just ask Roger Keys, who moved his Chicago-based marketing company to one of Amata’s shared office centers at 150 N. Michigan Ave. in 2012.

Client Spotlight: Garofalo Law Group

While Amata’s shared office centers appeal to a variety of businesses, they’re especially popular with attorneys, who account for nearly a third of the company’s business.

Client Spotlight: Bennett & Bangser LLC

It was this full spectrum of services that appealed to Brad Bennett & Marc Bangser, a pair of attorneys who, after working together at a larger firm, decided to start their own practice last year, becoming one of the first tenants at Amata’s newest shared office center at 150 S. Wacker Drive.

Spotlight on Tony Reynes: Transforming Our Chicago Shared Office Space Walls

Get to know the artist whose photography is catching the eyes of clients around Amata’s shared office spaces, Tony Reynes.

Client Spotlight: Marcus Capital LLC

Marcus Capital LLC: Dan Marcus started his investment management business nearly a decade ago

Client Spotlight: DSML Executive Search

Shared offices are a permanent home for some businesses, while others view them as more of a stepping stone to a space of their own. After outgrowing their office at Amata’s 161 N. Clark location, DSML tapped Amata’s in-house brokerage team, Amata Realty Group, to help the firm find and negotiate a lease for a larger space that could better accommodate their growing business.

Member Spotlight: Michael T. Fakaros, P.C.

Although shared offices are a full-time home for many businesses, others use them as a part-time alternative to their primary workspace – typically a home office. This not only allows home-based professionals to have a reputable downtown address, but also gives them a modern, highly accessible workspace where they can host clients and take advantage of support services that can assist with the day-to-day operations of their business.

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