13 results for “Affordable Requirements Ordinance”
Retail Midwest

Adapt and evolve: Making the big decisions about big-box retail

| Ron Goldstone

One of the defining features of the current retail real estate landscape in Southeast Michigan is the availability of mid- and big-box retail spaces. Depending on local market conditions and a range of other site-specific factors, there are viable options for filling those spaces—but not all of those options are retailers. Increasingly, ada…

Industrial N Illinois

Stormwater detention: The new convention

| Matt Baker

There is one unifying concern on every industrial project that goes up in Chicago, whether it be a redeveloped infill warehouse or a new million-square-foot logistics center: water. Every site must include stormwater mitigation into the design to meet strict environmental regulations.

Multifamily N Illinois

First residents move into Apartments at Lincoln Common

The first residents have moved into the Apartments at Lincoln Common, a newly constructed property at 2345 N. Lincoln Avenue in Chicago. Co-developed by Hines and McCaffery Interests, the property is at the Lincoln Avenue, Fullerton Avenue and Halsted Street intersection in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Finance N Illinois

Tax overall could mean big changes for developers working affordable housing, historic properties

| Sara Freund

For those concerned with recent proposals to overhaul the nation’s tax code, it can feel like they’re dealing with a giant pile of what-if and if-then scenarios. The proposals from the House and Senate aren’t winning over everyone, but do they ever? But within the tax bill lie a few key components that are important for the commercial real …