More than 200 results for “Focus real estate”
CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Adam Thomas

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Adam Thomas, an associate advisor for SVN | Chicago Commercial’s urban real estate team. He specializes in the leasing and sale of retail property and land in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood, as well as property analysis and marketing.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago CRE Future Leaders: MJ Zaring

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with MJ Zaring, vice president of acquisitions at CA Residential, the multifamily arm of CA Ventures. Zaring is responsible for the sourcing, underwriting, negotiating and closing of multifamily land sites in target markets throughout the U.S.

Industrial N Illinois

J.D. Salazar repositions Champion Realty Advisors

J.D. Salazar, a leader in Chicagoland commercial real estate community for more than 30 years, has re-launched Champion Realty Advisors with a new initiative. This new venture focuses on acquiring industrial properties related to transportation and outdoor storage, on behalf of high net worth individuals and family offices.

Finance v Wisconsin

Hall of Fame profile: Walker & Dunlop's Patrick Dempsey

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the region’s most successful CRE pros. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. Today, we look at the thriving business created by Patrick Dempsey, managing director of capital markets with Walker & Dunlop in the …

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Michael D’Agostino

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Michael D’Agostino, senior director at Kiser Group. D’Agostino focuses on multifamily, mixed-use and investment properties on the near north side of Chicago with a focus on Old Town, Lincoln Park, Lakeview, Ravenswood and Lincoln Square. During his first two years with Kiser Group…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Caroline Linton

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Caroline Linton, a tax manager with Shepard Schwartz & Harris LLP. She provides planning and strategic guidance to her clients with a focus on partnership tax law, real estate transactions, tax planning for real estate investors and tax-deferred exchanges and cost segregation studies.

Healthcare N Illinois

The next CRE disruptor: Pharmacology incubator labs

| Matt Baker

Drug makers and other major life sciences companies are working with savvy CRE professionals to bring new life sciences incubator spaces into the market in hopes of fostering the next new innovation. As startups continue to drive life sciences innovation at a startling pace, there are new opportunities on the horizon for both Big Pharma and…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Brett Stetson

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Brett Stetson, senior manager at Plante Moran. Stetson leads a team within Plante Moran’s real estate practice that offers a variety of audit and tax services for the firm’s clients.

CRE N Illinois

Innovation is the key to longevity for real estate companies

| Serena Wolfe and Todd Novak

Traditionally, real estate companies have taken a linear, in-house approach to innovation. While that may have worked in the past, innovations are happening so quickly that companies must do more to remain competitive. Gaining an understanding of tech’s growing role in real estate is now a job responsibility, whether you’re an executive, pr…

CRE N Illinois

EQ Office appoints Michael Knott as new CFO

EQ Office, the U.S. office portfolio company wholly-owned by Blackstone’s real estate funds, announced that Michael Knott will be joining the company as chief financial officer, effective July 30. The appointment comes just four weeks following the company launching its new name and organizational focus on customer success.

CRE Midwest

The numbers show it: Jobs, people flocking to big cities

| Dan Rafter

Developers haven’t been shy about building luxury apartments in the centers of dense urban areas. Retailers are building distribution centers and warehouses closer to the center of these same big cities. And restaurateurs? When they want to make a big splash, they open in a downtown neighborhood. Why? It’s because urban areas are booming today.