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Multifamily N Illinois

Lakeview TOD development opens up pre-leasing

Chicago-based Spaces Real Estate has initiated pre-leasing at Clarkview Apartments, an upscale rental community at 3226-28 N. Clark Street in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood. The seven-story building will feature 24 luxury apartment homes and over 2,500 square feet of street-level retail. The project was co-developed with Meta Properties, G…

CRE N Illinois

SIOR Chicago chapter announces 16th annual chapter awards

The Chicago Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) recently presented the 16th Annual Chapter Awards. The program is designed to honor the organization’s prestigious Platinum Sponsors and SIOR members who completed transactions within the Chicago Chapter or with a Platinum Sponsor.

CRE N Illinois

Epstein adds industry veteran, Brian Fuller

Brian F. Fuller, who has over 25 years of experience in pursuing and securing multi-million dollar design and construction contracts, is Epstein’s new business development manager, focusing on proactively growing the firm’s share of the Industrial marketplace. Additionally, Fuller will also represent Epstein at industry events, tradeshows a…

Industrial N Illinois

Q&A with CenterPoint Properties' Brian McKiernan

| Matt Baker

Brian McKiernan has been with CenterPoint Properties since October 2006, where he coordinates, communicates and integrates development teams to maximize transaction volumes and land absorption. CenterPoint’s focused national strategy aids McKiernan, a senior vice president with the firm, in identifying and leveraging supply chain cost savin…

Multifamily N Illinois

How much of a boon to multifamily are corporate relocations?

| Matt Baker

Chicago has welcomed a number of high-profile corporate relocations in recent years and made Amazon’s short list for a second headquarters. If the city were to land HQ2—or another huge office expansion/relocation, now that Apple has started its own site selection sweepstakes—how would the region’s multifamily sector respond?