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Retail i Ohio

Mixed-Up Malls: Injecting mixed-use dynamism into struggling malls

| Lori Bongiorno and CJ Lindberg

Today, when all but the strongest traditional malls are facing financial peril and an evolving marketplace has created a challenging competitive environment for retail-only destinations, more mall owners and operators are looking to transform their properties from traditional retail centers into mixed-use developments.

Retail N Illinois

Salon Lofts to open at Town Square Wheaton

Tucker Development announced that national salon and beauty provider Salon Lofts has signed a lease at Town Square Wheaton, a 203,000-square-foot shopping center with retail and office components at the intersection of Blanchard Circle and Naperville Road in Wheaton, Illinois. the interior buildout is expected to begin this month, with an a

Multifamily N Illinois

Vermilion Development begins condo sales in Wicker Park

Vermilion Development will begin sales for Alcove M.D.P., its newest condominium and townhome development in Chicago. Located at 1648-1650 Division Street and adjacent to a new mixed-use rental development, Alcove M.D.P. will bring 43 condominiums and 12 townhomes to the heart of Wicker Park. Named for its coveted location between Milwaukee…

CRE N Illinois

Larry Arndt joins Barton Malow Company

As part of Barton Malow Company’s recent growth, the organization recently named Larry Arndt to lead their Chicago office as it continues to build its presence in the area. Arndt is tasked with overseeing the office’s operations, which includes project oversight, business acquisition, project staffing and more.

Office N Illinois

Transwestern’s Eric Myers reveals what it’s like to lease Chicago’s historic, longest-standing high rise

| Sara Freund

Before The Rookery building housed offices and retail shops under its stunning skylight roof, it was home to the water works facility that managed the South Loop. Then it was Chicago's first public library, although now bookshelves are only found on the rarely open Burnham Library of the eleventh floor. City Hall even occupied the space for…

Retail i Ohio

Think brick-and-mortar retail is dead? Amazon physical stores prove otherwise

| Jessica Neal

While many would argue that brick-and-mortar retail is a dying breed, we can clearly see that’s not exactly the case. Online retailer Amazon recently acquired its own physical stores with the purchase of Whole Foods and its first retail pick-up store opening in Columbus, Ohio. This is resounding proof that traditional retail is in fact aliv…