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CRE i Ohio

Hall of Fame profile: Colliers' Thomas Gustafson

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the top CRE pros in the Midwest. This year, we are also running these profiles online. Today, we look at the career of Thomas Gustafson, national director of the self-storage practice group with the Cleveland office of Collier…

Retail N Illinois

Beerhead Bar & Eatery plans Wrigleyville debut

The American craft beer bar franchise, Beerhead Bar & Eatery, has finalized an agreement to make its Chicago debut as part of the much anticipated Addison & Clark complex in the Lakeview neighborhood. Across the street from Wrigley Field, Beerhead will begin serving its more than 500 brands of beer to baseball fans and Wrigley-goers in the …

Finance i Ohio

Bellwether's Jeff Musser: It's still busy out there

| Dan Rafter

The multifamily market has been strong for a long time. And in a bit of good news? The financing requests for this market sector aren’t slowing soon, according to industry veteran Jeff Musser, vice president of the Cleveland office of Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital.

Industrial i Ohio

Finding industrial space in Cleveland no easy task

| Dan Rafter

The Cleveland industrial market is a hot one today, with vacancies under 5 percent in most submarkets. This is a good news. But it also presents certain challenges. Midwest Real Estate News recently spoke with David Stover, principal and executive managing director with Cleveland’s Hanna Commercial Real Estate, about this strong and steady sector.

Multifamily i Ohio

Cleveland's multifamily boom not slowing yet

| Dan Rafter

The Cleveland-area multifamily sector continues to exceed expectations when it comes to vacancies, asking rents and plans for new apartment towers. Best of all? Two of the busier brokers working this market say that the city’s multifamily market isn’t showing any signs of slowing.

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?