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Multifamily Midwest

U.S. becoming a nation of renters? Not yet

| Dan Rafter

Is the United States becoming a nation of renters? You might think so when reading all the headlines about the number of U.S. adults becoming “renters by choice.” But in the United States, owning a home is still, by far, the most common choice of households.

CRE N Illinois

Three Chicago CRE firms honored at Christ the King gala

Three firms that work extensively in commercial real estate—O’Keefe Lyons & Hynes, McShane Construction and Applegate & Thorne-Thomsen, P.C.—were among the honorees at a recent gala hosted by Christ the King Jesuit College Prep (CTK). In a special pre-event celebration to the 10th annual King of Hearts Gala , the current and founding presid…

Healthcare N Illinois

Life sciences real estate is booming

| Matt Baker

Every industry is contending with technological disruptors, and the life sciences are no different. The commercial real estate industry is front and center in this disruption, according to CBRE analysis, and Chicago in particular is poised for growth.

Student Housing N Illinois

SCB breaks ground on academic/residential complex at UIC

Work is underway on a $100 million, Solomon Cordwell Buenz-designed living/learning facility at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Slated for a July 2019 opening, the two-story academic classroom building and 10-story undergraduate residence hall will be constructed as part of a public-private partnership between UIC and American Campus…