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Finance i Ohio

Three key questions with ... NorthMarq's Susan Branscome

| Dan Rafter

Susan Branscome, senior vice president and managing director of the Cincinnati office of NorthMarq, knows the ins and outs of the Cincinnati commercial real estate market. Because of this, Midwest Real Estate News asked her three key questions about the strength of the Cincinnati CRE market and the health of its commercial sectors.

Office N Illinois

Amazon planning Chicago expansion, addition of up to 400 new jobs

Chicago missed out on the much-ballyhooed HQ2, but Amazon hasn’t given up on the Windy City. The Seattle-based firm plans to expand its Chicago Tech Hub, including the creationg of 400 new tech jobs in fields including cloud computing, advertising and business development. To accommodate this job creation, Amazon will expand its downtown of…

Multifamily Q Kentucky

Louisville's apartment market still chugging along

| Dan Rafter

Craig Collins, senior director with Cushman & Wakefield|Commercial Kentucky, has been brokering multifamily deals in the Louisville market for more than three decades. When he says that Louisville’s multifamily sector is as strong as it’s ever been? That means something.

Retail N Illinois

Retail is dead. Long live retail.

| Matt Baker

There have been plenty of obituaries written for retail real estate, an unfortunate casualty of consumers’ choosing to shop online. But the sector isn’t moribund, it’s molting. Five-and-dimes and malls were once the hot new thing before becoming passé; this is just the next step in the evolution of physical retail.

Industrial Midwest

Industrial market still charmed in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Ecommerce and the push for last-mile distribution centers continue to provide a boost to the U.S. industrial market, with Avison Young reporting that 272 million square feet of industrial construction was completed throughout the United States in the first quarter of 2019.