15 results for “Easton Town Center”
CRE N Illinois

Cushman & Wakefield adds to Chicago capital markets platform

Cushman & Wakefield bolstered its capital markets team in Chicago with the additions of Jeff Altenau as executive managing director and Zach Yarnoff as managing director. Both come to Cushman & Wakefield from Eastdil Secured, where they worked on notable transactions including Willis Tower, River Point, 150 North Riverside, Easton Town Cent…

Retail i Ohio

Three retailers join Columbus' Easton Town Center

Three new retailers have opened shop at Easton Town Center, a mixed-use complex northeast of Columbus, Ohio, co-developed by The Georgetown Company, L Brands and Steiner + Associates, including Brandy Melville, Peloton and 7 For All Mankind.

Retail i Ohio

Six retailers joining Easton Town Center near Columbus

Easton Town Center, a mixed-use complex northeast of Columbus co-developed by The Georgetown Company, L Brands and Steiner + Associates, is adding six new retailers to the town center’s $500 million expansion, including Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Café & Speakeasy, Arhaus Furniture, Pins Mechanical Co., The Beeline, Forbidden Root Restaurant an…

Office i Ohio

CBRE leasing office expansion at Columbus' Easton Town Center

John Hall, senior vice president; Don Matsanoff, first vice president; and A.J. Norman, associate, with CBRE, are the exclusive leasing agents for the new office development at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio. Hall, Matsanoff and Norman will be leasing 350,000-square-feet of space in four Class-A, amenity-rich buildings.

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.