8410 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Ste 500
Launched in 1959 as a joint partnership between Marvin Romanek and Eugene Golub, Romanek-Golub was a real estate development corporation that built a significant number of office buildings in downtown Chicago in the 1960s and 1970s. The company boasts a vast portfolio that includes several iconic Chicago buildings, including the 27-story office building at 625 N Michigan, the 38-story tower at 180 N LaSalle, and the Xerox Center at 55 W. Monroe. Romanek and Golub parted ways in 1980, with business continuing for the Romanek family as newly-named Romanek Properties. Along with a name change, the company shifted corporate vision from real estate development to primarily focus on real estate acquisition. Romanek Properties is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.
Romanek Properties's leasing focus
Based on the datacenterHawk platform
< 250 kW
250 kW - 4 MW
> 4 MW
Romanek Properties's data centers
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