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EatStreet Continues to Expand Presence in Madison

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Madison, WI, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Cresa Madison represented EatStreet in an expansion of their corporate headquarters at 131 West Wilson Street. EatStreet will expand their office to occupy...

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EatStreet Continues to Expand Presence in Madison

Mar 19 2014, 4:05am CDT | by

Madison, WI, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Cresa Madison represented EatStreet in an expansion of their corporate headquarters at 131 West Wilson Street. EatStreet will expand their office to occupy the entire 4th floor of the Building.

EatStreet was founded in Madison and has expanded to over 13 campuses across the country. Their primary goal is to offer free and easy online ordering to college students and hungry people all over the map. EatStreet’s recent successful round of funding has enabled them to expand their service and hire more employees, which, in turn, has necessitated an office space expansion.

This is Cresa’s third transaction with EatStreet. Cresa was engaged to help EatStreet negotiate a significant expansion of their facility to accommodate their increased staff. In addition to their expansion, the negotiated terms of EatStreet’s lease provided for a complete renovation of the premises. The new premises consists of over 8,500 SF and the new “face-lift” will give the office space a clean, high-tech look, which will help the company continue to attract top notch employees.

“We are very encouraged by EatStreet’s growth,” stated Ross Rikkers, Principal at Cresa, “They are a great success story that folks in Madison can point to as evidence of our strong startup market.”

About Cresa
Cresa is an international corporate real estate advisory firm that exclusively represents tenants and specializes in the delivery of fully integrated real estate services, including: Transaction Management, Project Management, Global Accounts, Portfolio Strategies, Location Planning, Lease Administration, Capital Markets, and Facilities Services. With more than 57 offices, Cresa is the largest tenant representation firm in North America. Through its partnership with Savills, one of the world’s largest commercial real estate services firms; Cresa covers more than 255 locations in 40 countries. For more information, visit www.cresa.com.

About EatStreet
EatStreet is focused on providing quick and easy food ordering. The company’s geographic focus is primarily centered on campuses, including UW Madison, Ithaca, New York, Indianapolis Indiana and many more. For more information go to www.eatstreet.com.

Contact Information:
Cresa
Pat Lonergan
608.467.0720
Contact via Email
www.cresa.com/madison

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