More than 200 results for “Bernard Financial Group”
Office N Illinois

Uber confirms 450,000-SF office lease at Old Post Office

Rideshare firm Uber has confirmed earlier reports and will lease 450,000 square feet in Chicago’s Old Post Office. It’s the largest of numerous leases in the redeveloping property and will be the tech firm’s biggest office outside of its San Francisco headquarters. Uber plans to move in by January 2020.

Multifamily N Illinois

First peek at the Tribune Tower Residences

| Matt Baker

Nearly a century ago, the Chicago Tribune launched an architectural competition to design a new headquarters. The resulting building—an iconic, neo-Gothic gem on Chicago’s famed Michigan Avenue—will welcome residents instead of office workers when the Tribune Tower Residences opens next year.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Harrison Cohen

| Matt Baker

In February 2018, Harrison Cohen joined Triton Realty Group as a commercial investment advisor specializing in the sale of multifamily and mixed-use properties in the Chicagoland area. Cohen has been a licensed attorney for five years and hit the ground running at Triton, closing his first sale three months into the business. Since joining …

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…

Office N Illinois

WeWork leases 90,000 SF in Fulton Market

WeWork has agreed to a lease for 89,500 square feet of space at 1155 W. Fulton Street, representing all of the available office space in the building. Barnett Capital, Ltd. and Domus Special Situations Group acquired the building earlier this year and the joint venture is in the late stages of a comprehensive modernization and repositioning…

Industrial N Illinois

Flat no more: Demand picks up in the I-55 corridor

| Matt Baker

Throughout 2017 and 2018, industrial activity in the I-55 corridor was relatively flat. The situation is much different so far this year, with nearly 2 million square feet of absorption in the submarket last quarter alone—the greatest quarterly demand in more than three years.