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CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leader: Tristen Heimann

Tristen Heimann, director of residential rentals at Luxury Living Chicago Realty, has become a top-producing Chicago rental broker, having assisted hundreds of clients with his expertise in the downtown neighborhoods. He has a true appreciation for the city’s progressive architecture and provides a level of detailed knowledge and understand…

Multifamily N Illinois

West Loop condo building sells for $2.3 million

The 15,887-square-foot, value-add commercial condo at 400 S. Green Street in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood sold to an out-of-state buyer. Wayne Caplan of SVN Chicago Commercial represented the seller, while SVN Chicago Commercial advisors Chad Schroedl, Adam Thomas and Scott R. Maesel represented the buyer, Vista Property Holdings, LLC. …

Finance N Illinois

PMG secures $30.7 million refi for co-living project, X Chicago

X Social Communities (XSC), a multifamily division of Property Markets Group (PMG), has closed on a $30.7 million loan from NXT Capital to refinance its 99-unit X Chicago project, which opened in June 2018. The loan replaces a construction loan from Principal Financial Group and returns capital to equity investors, including Raven Capital M…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Bryan Rosenberg

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Bryan Rosenberg, a director in the Chicago office of HFF with more than eight years of experience in real estate and finance. His primary focus is office investment advisory  across the Midwest United States. Throughout his career, Rosenberg has been involved in more than $5 billi…

CRE O Indiana

Cautious strength: Indianapolis CRE market set for a strong 2019

| Dan Rafter

Janice Paine isn’t shy about expressing her love for Indianapolis. Paine, senior vice president of brokerage for Central Indiana with Bradley Company, said that this key Midwest city offers plenty to companies: a centralized location, skilled labor force, a pro-business government and low expenses.