DUPAGE COUNTY

THE PROVEN AND PREMIER
GLOBAL BUSINESS LOCATION

 

Choose the business-friendly environment, where commerce flourishes.
Choose the high quality-of-life, where a skilled workforce thrives.
Choose the globally accessible location, where opportunity arrives from every direction.

 

Choose the people, the place, the prosperity of DuPage County.

 

CHOOSE THE DUPAGE DIFFERENCE.

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Introducing the Shuman

INTRODUCING THE SHUMAN from BOD Creative on Vimeo.

 

Redevelopment of the Shuman is underway at 263 Shuman Blvd. in Naperville. The 30,000 square-foot, five-story building sits at a prime location, right off of I-88 and only 5-minutes away from the train station and downtown Naperville.

 

Large floor plans are in place to transform the Shuman into a modern work space. The vision for the space is a hospitality driven multi-tenant office space. Inspiration for the redevelopment comes from Chicago office buildings and hotel resorts. The common areas will include tenant lounges, conference spaces, fitness centers, game rooms, dining halls, as well as green space when you enter the building.

 

Future tenants will have the opportunities to place signage on the building with a view from the highway and on Shuman Boulevard.

 

When finished the Shuman will be transformed into a high-performance office asset.

 

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Choose DuPage and PowerForward DuPage Hosted Solar Energy Conference

Choose DuPage and PowerForward DuPage were pleased to host the DuPage County Solar Energy Conference on Thursday, October 25, welcoming over 100 registered attendees. The event was co-sponsored by Choose DuPage, PowerForward DuPage and DuPage County.

 

The featured speakers, Lisa Albrecht of the Illinois Solar Energy Association and owner of All Bright Solar; Scott Vogt, Vice President, Energy Acquisition for ComEd; and Brian Haug, Director of Energy Solutions, Continental Electrical Construction Company, provided an extensive and high-level overview of the solar market and a review of the recent FEJA legislation.

 

In addition, case studies and examples of how area businesses are adopting sustainability policies, implementing energy efficiency programs and generating their own renewable energy source through rooftop solar installations were presented and discussed. Special thanks to ComEd and the River Prairie Group Chapter of the Sierra Club for their contributions to today's forum. We are planning another event in the spring of 2019!

 

If you missed the event, you can download the presentation as well as access the latest incentive information available from ComEd here:

 

Solar Energy Conference PPT

 

2018 ComEd Energy Efficiency Program

 

A Win for IL Municipalities

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