More than 200 results for “Data Center”
Industrial N Illinois

Chicago takes fourth spot in global data center study

| Matt Baker

Chicago has long served as an important hub in the nation’s infrastructure, a pinch point through which air, road and rail all flow through to move goods about the country. Now it’s been recognized as a pivotal juncture for a different kind of transportation: the movement of ones and zeroes.

Industrial N Illinois

Elk Grove Technology Park lands 15 MW data center

T5 Data Centers, a provider of mission-critical development, facilities management and construction services, announced the purchase of a 164,000-square-foot data center shell in Brennan Investment Group’s Elk Grove Technology Park in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. The facility will provide 103,000 square feet of white space and 15.4 critical…

CRE N Illinois

CRG hires real estate veteran Geoffrey Kasselman

CRG, a national real estate development and investment firm, announced the hiring of Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR, LEED AP, as partner and senior vice president, workplace strategy. Kasselman will oversee national accounts and lead all client-related initiatives for the company’s expanding industrial, office and data center project delivery platform.

Office O Indiana

CBRE sells eight office properties in Indianapolis market

CBRE has arranged the sale of eight office properties in Northeast Indianapolis across two separate transactions. The Shadeland Station office park accounted for seven of the properties and the Enterprise Data Center was sold to a separate buyer. Purchase prices were not disclosed for either transaction.

Industrial N Illinois

Keeping up with constant change

| Dan Benassi, SIOR

In today’s innovate or die commercial real estate market, it can be difficult to keep pace with constant change. The rate at which change takes place is consistently accelerating, so put on your seatbelt—there’s no breather from industry changes in sight.

Office N Illinois

The 'burbs are still an office draw

| Matt Baker

More than 150 people packed into the recently renovated atrium of President’s Plaza near O’Hare for the 4th annual State of the Suburban Office Conference, co-hosted by GlenStar. The dozen expert speakers on hand had much to say about the state of affairs for the office market outside the influence of downtown Chicago.