Multifamily Midwest
Capital One's Reynolds: 2020 set to be another big year for multifamily

Capital One's Reynolds: 2020 set to be another big year for multifamily

As senior vice president on Capital One’s Commercial Real Estate Finance team based in Chicago, Tom Reynolds understands the Midwest’s multifamily market. After all, Capital One fields plenty of financing requests for multifamily transactions. That’s why Midwest Real Estate News recently spoke with Reynolds about the state of the apartment sector in 2020 and what the future might hold for this still-booming asset class.

Finance Midwest
Draper & Kramer closes more than $100 million for three Midwest portfolios

Draper & Kramer closes more than $100 million for three Midwest portfolios

Draper and Kramer, Incorporated’s Commercial Finance Group closed more than $100 million in loans for three commercial real estate portfolios comprising about 3.7 million square feet in assets throughout the Midwest. The loans included the refinance of an eight-building industrial portfolio in the greater Milwaukee area; an acquisition loan for a 38-building light industrial portfolio in Chicago’s suburbs; and a bridge loan for a four-building adaptive reuse development in the burgeoning Renaissance District of South Bend, Ind.

CRE Midwest
Cleveland continues to see plenty of CRE activity as 2019 draws to a close.

Bellwether CRE pros: Expect plenty of deals, construction in 2020

Commercial real estate activity remains strong throughout Northeast Ohio and in the Cleveland market. How strong? Midwest Real Estate News spoke with Jeff Musser and Taylor Hawkins, senior vice presidents in the Cleveland office of Bellwether Enterprise, about the strength of the commercial real estate market in this part of the state. These two industry veterans? They said that not only will 2019 go down as a record-setting year, next year should be a busy one, too.