Address change for Avenue as it moves into expansive, new HD ready facility

Chicago’s premier post house Avenue moved its 63 employees and more than $3 million of new HD equipment to two state-of-the-art floors just blocks from their facility of 25-plus years.

The relocation from 625 N. Michigan Ave. to 33,000-sq. ft. at 444 N. Michigan expands their space by 3,000 sq. ft.

“We’ve got the best facility in the city,” stated facility coordinator/producer Ann Siwek. “It’s the most advanced because everything we have is brand new, HD-ready and properly installed.”

Plans for the move to the Cushman-Wakefield building had been in the works for at least a year-and-a-half, said Jonathan Turk, a venture capitalist/entrepreneur, who purchased Avenue?the city’s top billing post house at $12 million?last August from founder/editor Rick Ledyard.

Avenue is now situated on a more efficient and advanced two-floor plan on floors 24 and 25, as contrasted with its previous three-floor sprawl.

The new facility boasts city views from all four directors and each floor has a stylish conference room.