Broaddus Planning opens Chicago office
Mar 25, 2015

Broaddus Planning is expanding its national presence with a new office in downtown Chicago. According to Stephen Coulston, AIA, President of Broaddus Planning,"This move solidifies our previous two year presence in Chicago with permanent space and more deliberately communicates our commitment to our growth in the central part of the country."

 

The new office location is on the 5th Floor of the historic Mentor Building, designed in the Chicago School architectural style in 1906. Broaddus now has offices in three of the five largest metropolitan areas in the country.
 

Andrew Broderick, AICP, project manager with Broaddus Planning in Chicago, said, "This is an incredible opportunity for Broaddus to 'plant our flag' in one of the largest and most highly regarded planning and design epicenters in the nation. We hope to leverage our location as we continue to grow.  While I remain committed to supporting our existing markets and clients, I hope to broaden our reach in the Midwest and other regions."

 

The firm will be sharing space with Johnson Consulting, a real estate consultancy practice specializing in convention, hospitality, and sports facilities.  The two firms offer complementary services and they selectively pursue projects together in Texas as well as other markets.

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