Washington Square opens for business

The first workers have moved into Washington Square.

LG Everist is setting up its fourth-floor office this week. The company moved from 300 S. Phillips Ave.

The new office is surrounded by windows with a layout designed to give employees ample natural light and views of downtown.

Work continues on the upper floors, where the first condominium residents have closed on their units and will start moving in in the coming weeks.

The owners’ terrace on the top floor is finished. It includes a fitness center and a large community room with a gathering space, two-sided fireplace, kitchen, deck with space for grilling and expansive views of the city.

Co-developer Chris Houwman said there are nine more condominiums available. The office floor has been fully leased.

On the first floor, the lobby is done. There is still retail space available, and Parlour Ice Cream House plans to open in the spring.

Washington Square opens for business

There’s been some big progress made at Washington Square. Here’s a look inside.

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