More than 200 results for “Fulton Market”
CRE N Illinois

Confronting CRE's diversity problem

| Matt Baker

Women of color made up just 5 percent of executive/senior-level officials and managers in the S&P 500, according to 2015 data from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The situation is just as stark in commercial real estate.

Office N Illinois

Sterling Bay moving into their newest Fulton Market project

Sterling Bay recently sold their headquarters building at 1330 W. Fulton Street. Now the Chicago-based real estate development and investment firm is reportedly moving into 333 N. Green Street, another property they developed in the hot Fulton Market District and on which construction is nearly complete.

Multifamily N Illinois

Fulton Market loft apartments sell for $40 million

Cushman & Wakefield’s Midwest multifamily advisory group has brokered the $40,150,000 sale of 13thirteen Randolph Street Lofts, a 74-unit mixed-use property at the southwest corner of Randolph and Elizabeth streets in the West Loop’s Fulton Market District. The per-unit price is one of the highest paid so far this year in Fulton Market, acc…

Office V Michigan

Grand Rapids office market stays strong in third quarter

| Dan Rafter

How popular has Grand Rapids, Michigan, become? Earlier this year, Reuters named the city one of the country’s top-20 “superstar metro areas” based on the number of new jobs created here from 2010 to 2017. Given the economic strength of Grand Rapids, it’s not surprising that the city is seeing plenty of commercial real estate activity, too.

Office N Illinois

The unstoppable Fulton Market

| Matt Baker

No office submarket in Chicago—and arguably in the country—has seen an ascension over the past decade quite like Fulton Market’s. For those wondering if the winds of change might be coming, all the flags are starched and pointing toward unrelenting, unwavering progress.

Finance N Illinois

JLL arranges $9.4M refinancing for Chicago recreational facility

JLL arranged a $9.4 million refinancing for The Armoury, a 46,040-square-foot infill industrial facility repurposed as an entertainment trampoline park and athletic training facility in Chicago. JLL worked on behalf of the borrower, a partnership between Clear Height Properties and Diamond Realty Holdings, to place the 9.4-year, fixed-rate …