79 results for “Bay City”
CRE N Illinois

Forecast of Chicago development: The river runs through it

| Matt Baker

Yesterday, over 900 industry professionals packed into the Hyatt Regency Chicago for the 17th annual Chicago Real Estate Forecast. The most popular panel, which discussed the surge of development along the Chicago River, had attendees spilling out of the Grand Ballroom and craning their necks to hear from the hallway.

CRE Midwest

The Habitat Company hosts national day of service

Chicago-based multifamily developer and property manager, The Habitat Company, hosted its first annual day of service on Friday, Oct. 18. The firm coordinated its efforts with Feeding America member food banks, allowing Habitat team members to participate nationwide by volunteering in five cities where Habitat has operations.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Jared Larson

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Jared Larson, vice president of asset management and investment at Sterling Bay. Since joining Sterling Bay in 2014, Larson has worked in a broad spectrum of the industry, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, capital markets, asset management and development. His effor…

Office V Michigan

Detroit becoming hub for tech talent

| Dan Rafter

Tech start-ups are increasingly looking toward Detroit as an affordable alternative. Evidence of this came in CBRE’s sixth annual Scoring Tech Talent Report, which ranked Detroit as the 20th strongest tech market in the United States and Canada.

Industrial N Illinois

Data center headed to Chicago's South Side in adaptive reuse

CIM Group and fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (“1547”) have acquired Midway Technology Centre, an approximately 220,000-square-foot, vacant industrial campus consisting of a five-story building and surface parking lots. The property is expected to be converted into a 26 MW, Tier III+ data center with tech office space designed to …

Office N Illinois

The central business district, decentralized

| Matt Baker

It wasn’t that long ago that Chicago’s central business district was confined to the Loop. Over the years, office space has crept outward, spilling over the banks of the river to the north and to the west. So just what is it that entices corporations to move out to the fringes of the CBD?

CRE N Illinois

Chicago 2020 focus from the Chicago Real Estate Forecast

| Matt Baker

There is so much about the City of Chicago that is vibrant and good—including the investment the commercial real estate and related business communities continue to make across all areas of the city. At the same time, there is much that requires further focus, clarity and vision to make the city second to none—not just in 2020, but for deca…