The Former Cinespace CEO, Alex Pissios Buys Fulton Market Property

Alex Pissios discusses his plans with a smile
Alex Pissios discusses his plans with a smile

  

The former CEO of Cinespace Creative, Alex Pissios, is buying the Cinespace building in Chicago’s Fulton Market. The building’s former tenant, the media production company, will remain inside the 10,000 square foot space. Cinespace Creative was founded in 2008 and has since worked on blockbusters like The Dark Knight trilogy and Avatar. The company focuses on producing high-end, visually stunning content. Cinespace Creative’s property has a few other companies already operating inside. It includes a brewery, brewery taproom, and restaurant. This complex is also located in a highly desirable area, making it a prime spot for businesses to locate.

Cinespace Creative’s property has a few other companies already operating inside. It includes a brewery, brewery taproom, and restaurant. This complex is also located in a highly desirable area, making it a prime spot for businesses to locate.

Cinespace Creative is known for producing visually captivating content. The CEO wants to expand his reach to other areas, like real estate development. It’s possible that his company could eventually be looking to expand to other states.

With this deal, Alex Pissios will be the property’s new owner. He has a successful history in the media industry and has helped Cinespace Creative become one of the biggest production companies in the world. With this deal, Cinespace Creative will have more space to create content. The company has already outgrown its current office space in the Loop. 

This deal is an excellent example of how larger companies use their resources to help smaller businesses in the city. Cinespace Creative is giving its space to a startup business, which will be able to grow within the company’s infrastructure. This deal shows how important it is for large companies to help out startups and small businesses in the area.

This deal happened after Alex Pissios traded the former studio building for $1billion. The step is to start another family entrepreneurship in the city. The deal is also part of a new effort by the former CEO of Cinespace Creative to grow his business in real estate development. Alex Pissios wants to expand his real estate development and media production company.