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14th Annual CIP Transportation & Logistics Conference
9th Annual Chicago Senior Housing RE Conference
The Chicago Real Estate Council and CCIM Institute hosted a Retail in Transition conference at Maggiano’s on Clark Street where more than 100 people were in attendance.
Building and launching a business requires sacrifice, something that isn't easy to do unless you're passionate about the work. That's something Eric Weber experienced first hand when he worked with Drew Millard to launch 33 Realty—a full service, one-stop-shop real estate firm.
LM Commercial Real Estate hired three commercial brokers—Ann Kelly Heitner, Richard Schneider and Richard Bowen.
NKF arranged a three-year $74,850,000 bridge loan for the Carbide & Carbon Building, formerly Chicago's Hard Rock Hotel, located at 230 North Michigan Avenue.
The Obama Foundation issued a request for proposals to four construction management teams for the Obama Presidential Center.
NAI Hiffman completed two office leases at 750 and 770 Pasquinelli Drive in Westmont, Illinois.
Keely Polczynski of CBRE represented 1940 Y Century Associates, an entity controlled by an L.A. based Blatteis & Schnur, Inc., in the sale of Block Y.
Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions added several new team members to the company's Chicago office. Jeff Feste, Torrey Lewis, Brian Etten and Ryan Klink will join as brokers to the team.
Krusinski Construction Company has welcomed six new employees that include Rick Anderson, Jennifer Graham, Susan Jouzapaitis, Scott Medows, Kuy Parker and Ryan Pritchett.
How important is it for landlords and apartment building owners to offer such green features as energy-efficient lighting, native landscaping that needs less water and community recycling programs? According to a new survey from AMLI, offering such environmentally friendly features can help landlords attract more tenants to their multifamily buildings.
The MPEA Board of Trustees selected David Kahnweiler to serve as its Vice Chair.
HomeStar Bank and Financial Services has appointed Gabe Beukinga to lead a newly formed SBA lending division.
Mayor Emanuel made his search for a potential Amazon HQ2 site official. The city of Chicago announced it is seeking nominations for a location which it will include in it’s formal response to Amazon.
Walker & Dunlop recently closed its largest financing in company history, a $1.9 billion portfolio of Freddie Mac loans to Greystar Growth and Income Fund, LP in connection with its acquisition of Monogram Residential Trust.
What good are conference rooms, onsite fitness centers and rooftop decks if the residents of an apartment building or tenants in an office tower never use them? When it comes to renewing those leases, these amenities won’t mean much.
The space underneath Chicago’s elevated tracks is getting re-purposed as a public space, named the Low Line.
Brennan Investment acquired a 20-property, 2-million-square-foot portfolio from Barnett Capital for $84 million.