The Wrigley Building officially changed hands Monday.
The rumored sale of an iconic Chicago building became official Monday.
Crain's reports that the Zeller Realty Group, investor Byron Trott and the co-founders of Groupon Inc. have purchased Michigan Avenue's Wrigley Building.
The new owners plan to renovate the office and retail areas, but it's not clear if any of Groupon's employees will move into the space.
The two-tower complex also includes a plaza with a surface parking lot and a building that used to house a health club.
The Wrigley Jr. Co. is moving to a newer building on Goose Island.