Former Harpo Studios building now home to co-working space

CHICAGO (WLS) -- A building that was once part of Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Studios campus has a new owner.

Salt Flats Innovation House - a co-working space that aims to provide an environment for entrepreneurs, companies and startups - recently opened in Chicago's West Loop.

While much of Harpo Studios was demolished for McDonald's new corporate headquarters, the two-story building at 113 North May Street was spared.

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At the new West Loop McDonald's, dubbed "one-of-a-kind" by the fast-food giant, customers can order more than classics with a global menu on tap.

Salt Flats "will serve as a curation of forward-thinking innovators and experts in a designed ecosystem," the company said in a press release.

The main level is also home to Evoke, a 6,000-square-foot event lounge that can accommodate groups of 10 to 225.

To learn more about Salt Flats, click here.
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