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CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Aleisha Jaeger

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Aleisha Jaeger, senior engineering project manager for the Kerry Group, an Ireland-based taste and nutrition company. She is responsible for the implementation of large capital projects, assisting with the growth and development of the central engineering/real estate team for Nort…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Nick Siegel

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Nick Siegel, vice president at Bridge Development Partners. Siegel joined Bridge in 2015 and is responsible for assisting in development and acquisition activities throughout Chicagoland and South Florida. He is currently involved in all aspects of the development process, specifi…

CRE N Illinois

Mid-America Real Estate taps Hoag and Tausk to lead tenant rep division

Chicago-based Mid-America Real Estate Corporation announced that its tenant representation division will be lead by partners Willie Hoag and Dan Tausk. The pair will run the 30-year old, 18-member Chicago tenant representation team, focused primarily on Chicagoland, downstate Illinois and northwest Indiana. They will also work in conjunctio…

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

Industrial v Wisconsin

Will Foxconn make southeast Wisconsin hale or frail?

| Matt Baker

Last summer, officials from Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn arrived at the beautiful Milwaukee Art Museum overlooking Lake Michigan. While they may have done some sightseeing, they really were there to sign a memorandum of understanding with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to create an LCD factory in the Badger State.