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CRE Midwest

The best secondary market in the Midwest for investors? It might be Nashville

| Dan Rafter

It’s increasingly difficult for commercial real estate investors to earn strong returns in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. That’s because commercial real estate values in these markets have hit all-time highs while cap rates are as tight as they’ve ever been. Because of that, investors are increasingly turning to…

Industrial i Ohio

Duke leases more than 1.3 million square feet in Cincinnati buildings

The Cincinnati office of Duke Realty Corporation saw continued demand for industrial space in the second quarter of 2018, raising its total leasing volume to more than 1.38 million square feet for the first six months of 2018. After a strong first quarter, the Cincinnati team added another 588,447 square feet in leases between April and the…

CRE N Illinois

Matthew Cotherman joins Principle Construction Corp as a project manager

Principle Construction Corp. has hired Matthew Cotherman as a project manager. In his new role, Cotherman will be providing direction for several projects including: General RV’s Parking Lot expansion in Huntley, a 16,500-square-foot expansion in Woodridge, Illinois, a new 63,578-square-foot manufacturing and office facility in Elmhurst, Il…

Office Midwest

JLL: Flexible office space is disrupting the Midwest CRE market

| Dan Rafter

Companies continue to experiment with their office space, often eliminating traditional cubicles and replacing them with open floor plans, shared workspaces and high-tech meeting space. You can debate whether workers appreciate this trend, but what do these changes mean for the commercial real estate market?