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Retail L Iowa

Hanley sells Starbucks, QDOBA-anchored center in Sioux City

Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors arranged the sale of a two-tenant retail building occupied by a Starbucks with a drive-thru and QDOBA Mexican Eats at 2301-2303 Hamilton Blvd. in Sioux City, Iowa. The sale cap rate for the two-tenant net-leased investment was 6.30 percent. The price was not disclosed.

CRE i Ohio

Equity|ECS adds to Ohio brokerage team

Equity|ECS, a full service commercial real estate firm, added two industry veterans to its Ohio offices, TJ Drought and Sloane Nichols. Both Drought and Nichols join as senior vice presidents.

CRE V Michigan

Michigan's Farbman Group wins Stevie awards

Southfield, Michigan-based Farbman Group has been awarded a Gold Stevie Award as Real Estate Company of the Year and a Silver Stevie Award for Most Innovative Company- Up to 2,500 Employees in the 17th Annual American Business Awards.

Legal N Illinois

Sarah Kwon joins Much Shelist's real estate group

Much Shelist announced that Sarah Kwon has joined the firm as an associate in the real estate group. Kwon advises clients on the full range of real estate transactions, from acquisitions and dispositions to leasing, zoning and development matters. Her transactions involve retail and shopping center, office, multifamily, medical and mixed-us…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: George Mack

| Matt Baker

George Mack joined Cresa in 2016 and has past experience raising debt and equity for corporate users of real estate. Mack has consulted on transactions valued over $120 million and advises Fortune 500 companies and private equity clients in asset monetization, office relocation, build-to-suit development, balance sheet restructuring and the…

Retail N Illinois

Cushman & Wakefield represents seller on Naperville Crossings

Cushman & Wakefield closed on the sale of Naperville Crossings, a premier open-air retail center located in the affluent Chicago suburb of Naperville, Illinois. The property was acquired by Phillips Edison & Company. The Cincinnati-based owner, operator, acquirer and developer of shopping centers reportedly paid $49.9 million for the property.