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CRE N Illinois

Glen Missner: The invigorating challenge of commercial real estate

| Dan Rafter

Glen Missner is the president of The Missner Group in Des Plaines, Illinois. He’s also no stranger to the commercial real estate business. Missner, who along with his brother, Barry, represents the third generation of his family to run the development, property management and construction company, has been in the commercial real estate busi…

CRE Midwest

From scooters to Generation Z: Cushman's top CRE trends to watch in 2019

| Dan Rafter

It’s not easy to predict the future of commercial real estate. But Cushman & Wakefield is at least trying to identify some of the key trends that will shape this future. On the company’s list? Everything from workers buzzing on scooters to get to their offices to a shortage of industrial space to a surge of Generation Z members entering the…

CRE N Illinois

Ben Salomone joins ML Realty Partners

Rachel Peck, director at ML Realty Partners, announced that Ben Salomone has joined the firm as asset manager in the Itasca, Illinois office. Salomone will focus on portfolio management for the real estate investment firm.

CRE N Illinois

Forecasting three corners of commercial real estate for 2019

| Matt Baker

All throughout 2018, the real estate market was once again buoyed by a virile U.S. economy. There may new challenges in 2019 in the forms of rising interest rates, tightening credit and lingering uncertainty over the geopolitical climate, yet many commercial real estate professionals remain bullish on the market going into the new year.

Legal Midwest

Husch Blackwell elects eight Midwest real estate attorneys to partnership

Husch Blackwell announced that 25 attorneys have been elected to the firm’s partnership, effective January 1, 2019. Of those, eight are based in the Midwest and work in the firm’s real estate, development and construction practice. These attorneys include David Carr, Adam Charlsen, Chris Collins, Karin Jacoby, Denyse Jones, Brent Meyer, Ell…

Finance Midwest

Money360 hits $1 billion milestone

Money360, a technology-enabled direct lender specializing in commercial real estate loans, has surpassed $1 billion in loans originated and closed since inception. The announcement comes just 11 months after the company announced it had surpassed $500 million.

Finance N Illinois

The fall of RealtyShares: Four lessons learned

| Adam Gower, Ph.D.

The collapse of RealtyShares has sent shock waves through the nascent online real estate syndication industry—colloquially known as real estate “crowdfunding”—but there are both reasons for optimism and lessons to be learned. The failure of RealtyShares is not an indictment of the premise upon which real estate crowdfunding is based. It is …

Seniors Housing N Illinois

Supply and labor concerns in the senior housing sector

| Matt Baker

Approximately 150 industry professionals crowded into the University Club on Wednesday, November 7th for REjournals’ 10th annual Chicago Senior Housing Real Estate Conference. While the mid-term elections were fresh in everyone’s minds, the most-discussed topics of the day had more to do with overbuilding and labor shortages than politics.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Abe Eilian

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Abe Eilian, director at Essex Realty Group. He concentrates primarily on asset valuation, market research and transaction analysis, assisting clients in the acquisition and disposition of investment real estate throughout the greater Chicago metropolitan area. To date, Eilian has …

CRE c Nebraska

The CRE boom far from fizzling in Omaha

| Dan Rafter

Sometimes steady is best. Just ask the brokers doing business in Omaha. The commercial real estate market has been strong here for nearly a decade now. And it’s shown this strength without needing the soaring highs or dizzying lows exhibited by some of the bigger, more volatile markets across the Midwest.

Seniors Housing N Illinois

Q&A with James Keledjian, principal at Pathway to Living

| Matt Baker

In a recent survey of senior housing investors, nearly two-thirds of respondents expected the size of their portfolios to swell over the next 12 months. Coupled with an imminent demand brought on by the aging baby boomer generation, it’s clear that this product type is poised for major activity over the next few years.