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CRE Q Kentucky

Louisville Commercial Real Estate Summit a crowd-pleaser

| Dan Rafter

Louisville’s commercial real estate market is a strong one, with all the main sectors – multifamily, industrial, office and even retail – showing strength. That explains the big crowd – more than 150 CRE professionals – that filled the conference room at the Omni Hotel for REjournals.com’s and Midwest Real Estate News’ fourth annual Louisvi…

Hospitality Midwest

A hotel crash? Nope. A slowdown? Maybe

| Dan Rafter

The hotel sector across the country isn’t due for a big fall, not by any stretch. But new research from CBRE does suggest that it might be more challenging in the coming year for hotel operators to grow their profits from where they stand today.

Industrial N Illinois

Chicago industrial snapshot: The I-80 corridor

| Matt Baker

Chicago’s I-80 corridor absorbed 1.5 million square feet net during the first half of 2019. However, the vast majority of that—1.3 million square feet—was recorded during the first quarter of the year with only one industrial lease signed in the second quarter.

CRE V Michigan

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: Berkadia's Kevin Dillon

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame edition, featuring the most successful CRE pros in the region. This year, we are running those profiles online, too. This week, we feature Kevin Dillon, senior managing director of the Southfield, Michigan, office of Berkadia.

CRE N Illinois

NAIOP Chicago recognize three university students with scholarships

NAIOP Chicago has named three 2019-20 University Scholarship recipients. The three students from Michelle Manjarrez of DePaul University, Vincent Stoll of Marquette University and Marlon Taylor of Roosevelt University exemplify the commitment and innovation coming from the new generation of Chicago’s commercial real estate industry.

Industrial Midwest

Is the industrial sector heading for slower growth?

| Dan Rafter

The industrial market has been so hot for so long, it’s easy to assume that this sector will continue booming for years. But a forecast published yesterday by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services casts some doubt on just how much growth this sector will see during the next three years.

Multifamily i Ohio

Sputtering? Not Columbus' apartment market

| Dan Rafter

Finding an apartment in one of Columbus’ top neighborhoods? That’s not easy. For proof, look to the 2019 Columbus, Ohio, multifamily forecast report released by Marcus & Millichap. According to the report, Columbus’ apartment vacancy rates will remain among the lowest of major U.S. metropolitan areas throughout this year.

Industrial N Illinois

The U.S. labor shortage: Is it real or economic semantics?

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

The U.S. economy is benefitting from one of the longest economic expansions in history, with more than 118 months of sustained growth, extending the longest employment expansion on record. As a result, labor market conditions have tightened in recent years, with shortages of qualified workers reported among multiple trades and occupations.