Willis Group Holdings, a global insurance broker, plans to consolidate five Chicago-area offices and move nearly 500 associates into the Sears Tower, initially occupying more than 140,000 square feet on multiple floors. Under an agreement with the building’s owners, the Chicago icon and tallest building in the Western Hemisphere will be renamed Willis Tower.

Willis said its move to the new space will result in significant real estate cost savings, and that there is no additional cost to the company associated with renaming the building.

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