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Industrial Midwest

Industrial market still charmed in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Ecommerce and the push for last-mile distribution centers continue to provide a boost to the U.S. industrial market, with Avison Young reporting that 272 million square feet of industrial construction was completed throughout the United States in the first quarter of 2019.

CRE N Illinois

Tim Carey to lead Burns & McDonnell's energy group in Chicago

Burns & McDonnell has selected Tim Carey to lead its regional energy group in Chicago. With nearly two decades of engineering, construction and management experience, he will focus on growing the firm’s team of professionals and continuing to support power generation and industrial clients in the Upper Midwest.

CRE V Michigan

Midwest Commercial Real Estate HOF: Colliers' Paul Choukourian

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame isuse. This year, we are also running these profiles online. Today, we look at the thriving career of Paul Choukourian, executive managing director with the Southfield, Michigan, office of Colliers International.

Office Midwest

Coming soon to a Midwest downtown near you: even more coworking spaces

| Dan Rafter

Coworking spaces continue to pop up across the country, and the Midwest is no exception. As companies continue to shrink their office footprints and employees seek shorter commutes and more flexible working conditions, cities from Madison to Chicago and Detroit to Kansas City as seeing new coworking spaces open, often in the center of their…

CRE N Illinois

Dawveed Scully appointed to Chicago mayoral transition team

SOM senior urban designer Dawveed Scully was appointed to City of Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot's transition team. Scully was appointed to the business, economy and neighborhood development committee, alongside leaders from institutions and organizations from across Chicago. The committee will play a vital role in shaping key objective…

Office V Michigan

Newmark Knight Frank: Detroit office market surging

| Dan Rafter

Demand for office space in Detroit continues to rise. The proof? The office vacancy rate in the metropolitan Detroit area fell 30 basis points to 15.2 percent during the first quarter of the year, according to the latest research from Newmark Knight Frank.