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Office N Illinois

Colliers arranges 18,375 SF lease in Rosemont's One O'Hare Centre

Colliers International | Chicago represented MDC Realty Advisors and Nicola Crosby Real Estate, owners of One O’Hare Centre, in its 18,375-square-foot lease to Duck Creek Technologies. The Boston-based software company will partially occupy the 5th floor of the 12-story, 380,360-square-foot, Class A office building located at 6250 N. River …

CRE O Indiana

Cautious strength: Indianapolis CRE market set for a strong 2019

| Dan Rafter

Janice Paine isn’t shy about expressing her love for Indianapolis. Paine, senior vice president of brokerage for Central Indiana with Bradley Company, said that this key Midwest city offers plenty to companies: a centralized location, skilled labor force, a pro-business government and low expenses.

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.

Office N Illinois

CBRE represents AADE in relocation and expansion at 125 S. Wacker

CBRE recently represented the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) in an 18,511-square-foot lease at 125 S. Wacker in Chicago. The association, which currently occupies 17,000 square feet at 200 W. Madison, will move to its new location in January of 2020, occupying a full floor and implementing a collaborative workspace plan.

CRE N Illinois

Ahead of the CRE Forecast, a look at Chicago in 2019

| Matt Baker

When the 850 or so expected industry professionals pour into the Hyatt Regency Chicago on Jan. 8 for the 17th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference, they’ll hear from dozens of experts about where the market is headed in 2019. We reached out to two of the speakers, Molly McShane and Drew Nieman, for a preview of what they feel t…

Industrial N Illinois

Holidays create new wrinkle for retailers: Reverse logistics

| Matt Baker

One defense of brick-and-mortar retail holds that for some goods, consumers need to hold the product in their hands or try them on. But as e-tailers have streamlined return procedures, even more shoppers are moving to online, opting to instead send unwanted items back. Thus the e-commerce disruption continues to unfold as reverse logistics …

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial and logistics outlook for 2019

| Matt Baker

The country’s industrial and logistics (I&L) sector performed extremely well throughout 2018, impelled by strong market fundamentals, growth in consumer spending, business inventories and industrial production. According to CBRE’s 2019 U.S. Real Estate Market Outlook, investors, developers and users can expect more of the same in 2019.