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CRE N Illinois

Chicago Chapter of SIOR supports local charity for 9th year

Members of the Chicago Chapter of the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors (SIOR) have donated 34 Trunk Scholarships to support the Ada S. McKinley College-Bound Trunk Scholarship program for 2019. This is the ninth year of the Chapter’s support of this worthwhile charitable initiative.

Industrial N Illinois

Steven Kohn joins Avison Young in Chicago

Industry veteran Steven Kohn has joined Avison Young as a principal with a mandate to help lead and grow the firm’s industrial real estate brokerage practice in Cook County and labor-related markets across Chicagoland. Based in the company’s suburban Chicago office in Rosemont, Illinois, he will continue to specialize in property transactio…

Industrial N Illinois

Chicago industrial snapshot: The I-80 corridor

| Matt Baker

Chicago’s I-80 corridor absorbed 1.5 million square feet net during the first half of 2019. However, the vast majority of that—1.3 million square feet—was recorded during the first quarter of the year with only one industrial lease signed in the second quarter.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Outdoor Ventures doubles in size with new hires

Schaumburg, Illinois-based Industrial Outdoor Ventures (IOV), a real estate investment company focused exclusively on the acquisition, development and redevelopment of industrial services facilities, has hired five new staff members: Anthony DeLaurentis, James Georgalas, Eric Johnson, Ray Michaelsen and Tina Torossian.

Industrial N Illinois

The state of the industrial market

| Whitney Carlisle

A panel of real estate brokers, investors and developers essentially all agreed that the industrial marketplace continues to flourish, surpassing just about every growth and expansion metric conceivable. The panel was convened at the 16th Annual CIP Summit, hosted by REjournals and I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of six talented pr…

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial projections and prognostications

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

To kick off the New Year, we thought it would be interesting to hear some “projections and prognostications” from several of the top developers who are most active in the marketplace. Here is what they all had to say about their thoughts for CRE in 2019.

Industrial N Illinois

No end in sight for speculative industrial

| Matt Baker

From this time last year until now, unemployment in Chicago is down and the number of construction jobs are up. The market downturn that many fear hasn’t yet reared its head. All of which means the historic run of speculative development in Chicago continues apace.