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Industrial N Illinois

Lee & Associates negotiates long-term, 132k SF lease

National real estate brokerage Lee & Associates has closed a long-term lease transaction for a 132,538-square-foot industrial unit located at 220-250 Thorndale Avenue in Bensenville, Illinois. Chris Nelson, principal of Lee & Associates’ Illinois office, represented the tenant, Savino Del Bene, a global logistics and forwarding company.

Industrial N Illinois

Midwest Industrial sells part of portfolio for $21 million

Midwest Industrial Funds recently closed on the sale of the first phase of a three‐building, $21 million sale to Plymouth Industrial REIT. The first phase included over 280,000 square feet of fully leased properties at 1600 Fleetwood in Elgin, Illinois and 3 W. College Drive in Arlington Heights, Illinois. 1600 Fleetwood was leased long ter…

CRE N Illinois

Lee & Associates of Illinois welcomes Tom Boyle

Tom Boyle has joined Lee & Associates of Illinois, specializing in the sale and leasing of industrial properties. Since 1992, Boyle has managed a variety of real estate projects. He has worked with numerous national developers and completed transactions in all of Chicago’s 23 submarkets.

Industrial N Illinois

Lee & Associates finalizes 225,000 SF O'Hare-area sale

Lee & Associates has negotiated the sale of a 225,006-square-foot industrial building located at 1501 Nicholas Boulevard in Elk Grove Village, IL. Chris Nelson, Ken Franzese and John Cassidy, principals of Lee & Associates’ Illinois office, represented the seller, Prologis, a San Fransisco-based logistics real estate firm.

CRE N Illinois

BSC Group promotes Stephen Lee to SVP

The BSC Group, LLC, a leading commercial real estate financing advisor and provider of debt and equity capital solutions for commercial property owners, announced the promotion of Stephen Lee to senior vice president. His primary responsibility will be to source capital market debt products for BSC clients across a wide range of commercial …

Multifamily N Illinois

How much of a boon to multifamily are corporate relocations?

| Matt Baker

Chicago has welcomed a number of high-profile corporate relocations in recent years and made Amazon’s short list for a second headquarters. If the city were to land HQ2—or another huge office expansion/relocation, now that Apple has started its own site selection sweepstakes—how would the region’s multifamily sector respond?