The spring market did NOT disappoint. Based on an unusually active winter market, low inventory, low interest rates, and positive signs of an economy re-opening, we anticipated a swift, if not full
A Virtual Grand Opening
Dated: July 22 2020
You are cordially invited to LW Reedy's VIRTUAL grand opening of our newly remodeled office space.
Our new space provides updated, comfortable, inviting areas to greet and meet with our clients as well as an innovative new shared work area for agents who enjoy working in shared space.
Our remodeling efforts focused on balancing LW Reedy's 65-year-old real estate legacy with our innovative approach to real estate. Our 65 years as part of the Elmhurst community are reflected throughout our space.
Our entry area boasts local artist Katy Costello's interpretation of Elmhurst.
Our meeting rooms feature wall art honoring the streets of our city.
You'll see other nods to our history in Elmhurst, like photographs of Elmhurst history, throughout our space.
We would like to thank the LW Reedy community for their help and patience during our remodeling and rebranding projects, including our families, agents, staff, and the many talented people who were a part of the process, including:
- Local artist Katy Costello
- Kevin Egan of Kevin Thomas Construction
- Carrie Keppner of Carrie Keppner Graphic Design & Production
- Joanne Norgle
- Deb O'Connor of Deb O'Connor Strategic Marketing
- Jeff Solin
- Katey Spicer and Jill Hoffman of Office Revolution
- Rachel Stockard
We regret that we cannot welcome our community to our newly remodeled space as we honor our state's health guidelines, but we look forward to opening our doors and inviting all of you in once our state deems it safe to do so.
In the meantime, we are open for business, as always. Contact your LW Reedy agent today with any real estate questions or needs.
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