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Office i Ohio

JLL: Big changes hitting downtown Columbus office market

| Dan Rafter

The office market in Columbus, Ohio, is in a state of flux, as large-scale tenants are consolidating and downsizing their real estate footprints. What does this mean for the brokers working the downtown Columbus market? Only that they’ll be plenty busy helping companies meet their evolving office-space needs.

CRE i Ohio

Ohio's SME hires senior consultant

Jeffrey Hullinger has joined the Columbus, Ohio, office of engineering firm SME as a senior consultant with the company’s environmental services group. He brings more than 30 years of experience in environmental evaluations and consulting, including 15 years as a Certified Professional in the Ohio Voluntary Action Program.

Retail Midwest

The secret to retail success? It's about experiences

|   Dan Rafter

Live in the Chicago neighborhoods of Wrigleyville or Lincoln Park? You’ll soon have the chance to scale 55-foot climbing walls, stretch your muscles in yoga classes and build your strength with free weights all in the same building. That’s when Planet Granite Climbing, Yoga and Fitness opens new gyms in these neighborhoods in just one more …

Retail i Ohio

Shake Shack continues to grab the dollars of Midwest diners

| Dan Rafter

Struggling retailers grab the headlines today. This year, that means retailers such as Subway, Toys R Us and Rite Aid are in the news for all the stores they are closing. But what about those retailers that are thriving? There are plenty. They just don’t earn the big headlines.

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?

Retail Midwest

Will housing market sway Amazon toward Nashville?

| Dan Rafter

If Amazon was picking the location for its HQ2 solely on the strength of housing markets? Then in the Midwest, Nashville and Columbus would have the greatest chances of landing the tech giant’s second headquarters, according to the latest research from ATTOM Data Solutions.