Performance marketing firm Performics has a big green Chicago headquarters rife with glass and pop culture references. The spot at 111 E. Wacker was previously home to Performics’ Publicis sister company Digitas until it moved to 180 N. Lasalle in 2010. Performics worked with Clune Construction to make the 42,868 square foot spot its own. Performics U.S. President Eric Papczun showed us his view.
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The first attack occurred about 1 a.m. when a 25-year-old man sitting at a bus stop in the 3900 block of West Fullerton Avenue got into an argument with the gunman, Chicago police said.
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The gunman got out of a black Dodge Charger at the station in the 10300 block of South Torrence Avenue and announced a robbery.
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"They seem to be in decent, good condition," police Supt. David Brown said.