More than 200 results for “headquarters”
Retail N Illinois

Sterling Organization acquires retail property off of Mag Mile

Sterling Organization, a private equity real estate investment firm headquartered in Palm Beach, Florida, has acquired 10,051 square feet of vacant retail space at 110 E. Pearson Street in Chicago’s world-renowned “Magnificent Mile” shopping district. The asset was purchased on behalf of Sterling Organization’s institutional fund Sterling V…

Office N Illinois

Arjo Inc. expands in Addison

Arjo Inc. (formerly ArjoHuntleigh NA) has recommitted to the Chicago suburbs with a 62,000-square-foot, long-term lease restructuring for its North American headquarters at 2349 W. Lake Street in Addison. The lease includes an 18,000-square-foot expansion and Arjo now has the entire second floor of Meadows Corporate Center I, a 41 percent i…

Retail N Illinois

Tucker Development brings Bluemercury to Chicago's Fulton Market

Tucker Development Corp. has signed Bluemercury into a lease for two Randolph Street storefronts at 900 West, the developer’s multi-building, mixed-use development in the Fulton Market District of Chicago’s West Loop. The fast-growing luxury beauty retailer will fill an 1,800-square-foot space with an anticipated summer 2018 opening.

CRE N Illinois

Goettsch Partners promotes Paul De Santis to partner

Architecture firm Goettsch Partners announced that Paul De Santis, LEED AP, has been promoted to partner. De Santis joins the firm’s five other partners, including James Goettsch, FAIA, chairman and CEO; James Zheng, AIA, LEED AP, president; Michael F. Kaufman, AIA, LEED AP; Joseph Dolinar, AIA and Lawrence C. Weldon, AIA.

CRE N Illinois

Brennan Investment Group promotes two to managing principal

Brennan Investment Group, LLC, announced the promotions of Ryan O’Halloran and Kevin Brennan, formally vice presidents, to managing principals. In their new roles, O’Halloran and Brennan will co-head the company’s Midwest region. Brennan Investment Group owns over 13 million square feet in the Midwest, with property and land holdings in six…

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?