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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.

CRE N Illinois

Colliers International appoints industry veteran to lead healthcare services

Colliers International has hired Shawn Janus as U.S. national healthcare director. Based out of the firm’s downtown Chicago office, Janus will bring his over 30 years of  commercial real estate experience—including more than 20 years in healthcare real estate—to lead Colliers’ U.S. healthcare services with a focus on cultivating a strong, v…

Retail V Michigan

New coffee roaster to open in Grand Rapids area

After a decade of working in Chicago’s coffee industry, business partners and Michiganders Alex Burbo and Rosie Quasarano moved back to their home state to launch Littlefoot Coffee Roasters. The coffee company will open a roasting facility and warehouse at 3047 Broadway Ave. SW in Grandville, Michigan, by the end of August, according to Col…

Industrial N Illinois

Venture One acquires Des Plaines industrial portfolio

Venture One Real Estate—through its acquisition fund, VK Industrial IV, LP, a partnership between Venture One and Kovitz Investment Group—has closed on the acquisition of a 171,022-square-foot, two-building industrial portfolio located at 76 Bradrock Drive and 31 E Oakton Street in Des Plaines, Illinois. Both properties were vacant at acquisition.

Industrial i Ohio

Construction starts on advanced manufacturing facility in Cincinnati

The Port joined Messer Construction, Terrex Development, City of Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, Hamilton County Board of Commissioners President Denise Driehaus, REDI Cincinnati and the Bond Hill Community Council in breaking ground for the construction of an advanced manufacturing facility at 2249 Seymour Avenue, formerly a parking lot for…

Industrial N Illinois

Flat no more: Demand picks up in the I-55 corridor

| Matt Baker

Throughout 2017 and 2018, industrial activity in the I-55 corridor was relatively flat. The situation is much different so far this year, with nearly 2 million square feet of absorption in the submarket last quarter alone—the greatest quarterly demand in more than three years.

Retail Midwest

Retail apocalypse? More like retail revolution

| Dan Rafter

The addition of three Meijer grocery stores and two Menards home-improvement stores gave a boost to the retail sector in the Cleveland and Akron areas. But despite these high-profile additions, the retail sector here – as it does across the country – faces challenges.