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Office N Illinois

Leopardo completes, and moves into, new Fulton Market office building

Leopardo has completed construction of the new 200,000-square-foot, 12-story boutique office building at 210 N. Carpenter in Chicago’s Fulton Market District. In addition to serving as general contractor, Leopardo is also one of the building’s first tenants, having signed a long-term lease for a 24,000-square-foot space that is now the new …

Office N Illinois

Colliers arranges Ulta Beauty HQ expansion in Bolingbrook

Colliers International | Chicago’s Frederick Regnery, Ryan Barr and Alain LeCoque represented Ulta Beauty in its 70,720-square-foot corporate headquarters expansion at Tallgrass Corporate Center, 1000 Remington Boulevard, Bolingbrook, Illinois. This lease brings Ulta Beauty’s total footprint in the building to nearly 379,000 square feet.

Multifamily N Illinois

First residents move into Apartments at Lincoln Common

The first residents have moved into the Apartments at Lincoln Common, a newly constructed property at 2345 N. Lincoln Avenue in Chicago. Co-developed by Hines and McCaffery Interests, the property is at the Lincoln Avenue, Fullerton Avenue and Halsted Street intersection in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

CRE N Illinois

Metal Construction Association honors two Chicago projects

The Metal Construction Association (MCA) acknowledged the IBEW Local 134 Headquarters/Union Hall and the Eleanor Boathouse, both located in Chicago, with the 2018 Chairman's Award. The IBEW Union Hall won in Commercial/Industrial category and Eleanor Boathouse won in the Municipal category.

CRE N Illinois

Waterton appoints CRE veteran to advisory board

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, has appointed Collete English Dixon to the Waterton Advisory Board. Made up of a group of three independent (non-Waterton) individuals and the two Waterton co-founders, David Schwartz and Peter Vilim, the board provides strategic counsel to Waterton’s leadership committee.

Industrial N Illinois

There’s no stopping the ever-growing warehouse

| Matt Baker

If Gulliver were to travel through modern America’s real estate landscape, he might note the Lilliputian market share of the retail sector—and the corresponding Brobdingnagian nature of warehouse and logistic facilities. And it’s not just market share as industrial buildings themselves grow in size every year.

CRE N Illinois

North Wells Capital acquires undeveloped River North lot

North Wells Capital LLC, the investment management affiliate of Chicago-based Urban Innovations, has acquired a surface parking lot located at 320 W. Huron Street, between Orleans and Franklin Streets in Chicago. The half-block site is one of the few remaining large land sites in the River North neighborhood.

CRE N Illinois

Museum of Broadcast Communications sells two floors to private developer

Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of the third and fourth floors of the Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) building, located at 360 N. State Street in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. After over 20 property tours and multiple competing offers, floors three and four sold for $6 million. The buyer plans to renovate and reposition…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leader: Kristen Alessi

Kristen Alessi is a property manager at Draper and Kramer, overseeing the community at Eleven Thirty in Chicago’s South Loop. She joined the firm in 2013 as a property administrator, quickly advanced through promotions and was recently named Accredited Residential Manager of the Year by the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Chicago chapter.

Office N Illinois

Clayco awarded design-build contract for Fulton Market mid-rise

Clayco has been awarded the design-build contract for the 215 N. Peoria office development in Chicago’s Fulton Market neighborhood. Led by developers Bob Wislow and Camille Julmy, the $26 million mid-rise project includes a 12-story office building featuring bottom floor amenities, two floors of parking, six floors of office space for lease…

Hospitality Midwest

Midwest hotels facing a big year in 2019

| Dan Rafter

Occupancy gains and steady revenue growth. That’s what Marcus & Millichap is predicting for the hospitality sector throughout the upper Midwest states of North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois.