21 results for “Crystal City”
Office N Illinois

The Rosemont revival: What’s behind the O'Hare office market boom?

| Steve Wright

Suburban millennials? Yes, they exist—and in fact, they like to work in the suburbs, too. Many people mistakenly assume that members of the millennial generation largely want to live in downtown areas. However, the generation that begins to turn 40 this year is more nuanced and geographically diverse than common assumptions would suggest.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Major player, second city or a mix of both?

| Dan Rafter

LaTonya Ellis asked the big question during this month’s 18th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference: Is Chicago, the Midwest’s biggest city, still a major player in the commercial real estate world? Or does the city instead live up to its nickname as a second city, a lesser cog in the world of investment and development?

CRE N Illinois

The state of the Chicago market in 2020

| Matt Baker

Every year for the last 18 years, REjournals has hosted its annual kickoff conference, the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Forecast. It’s a massive event—the largest of its kind—but there’s always one must-see panel: The State of the Market.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Coarse and strong and cunning

| Matt Baker

In Carl Sandburg’s lauded poem of his hometown, he describes a city that—beneath a veneer of sweat and soot and vulgarity—thrums with vitality and swagger, too ambitious to be wary of any roadblocks ahead. A century after Chicago’s publication, does this poem still depict its eponymous source?

CRE N Illinois

Tapping the infill potential of downtown Chicago

| Matt Baker

A city’s greatest asset, especially within the CBD, is its density. A robust corporate environment, variety of residential options, cultural institutions, restaurants and shopping are what define a CBD. And in cities across the globe, including Chicago, that space isn’t being used efficiently.

CRE Midwest

Darwin represents expanding graphic arts firm

| Staff Writer

Darwin Realty & Development Corporation Principal, Noel S. Liston, and Associate, Brendan Sheahan, represented the tenant at 1175 Alexander Court, Cary, Illinois, in McHenry County, a 44,800 square foot property on 3.2 acres.