More than 200 results for “Industrial commercial Properties”
Industrial N Illinois

Steven Kohn joins Avison Young in Chicago

Industry veteran Steven Kohn has joined Avison Young as a principal with a mandate to help lead and grow the firm’s industrial real estate brokerage practice in Cook County and labor-related markets across Chicagoland. Based in the company’s suburban Chicago office in Rosemont, Illinois, he will continue to specialize in property transactio…

CRE N Illinois

Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

| Matt Baker

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation and investor activity.

CRE N Illinois

This is not a drill: Managing risk for acts of violence on your property

| Chris Dunlap and Issac Monson

As active shooter and other workplace violent events continue to occur, more victims and their families are looking to the facility owner/operator where the shooting took place to assume responsibility. They claim the owner/operator could have been more proactive in prevention, and therefore, is liable for the violence that took place on th…

CRE N Illinois

Property management best practices for 2019

| Matt Baker

Whether they are office, industrial, multifamily or retail, all commercial buildings have at least one thing in common. Without good property management, efficiency falters, occupant comfort declines and in the end, revenue plummets.

Multifamily Midwest

The sector with the strongest outlook? It's not industrial

| Dan Rafter

Which commercial sector is the strongest? Across the Midwest and the United States, it’s long been a battle between industrial and multifamily. A new report, though, suggests that rising demand and slowing construction will provide an additional boost to the multifamily sector starting in 2020. And that small boost could mean a future that’…

CRE N Illinois

For the first half of 2019, cap rates remained stable

| Matt Baker

Thanks to moderate growth, low inflation and falling long-term interest rates, cap rates for commercial real estate assets held steady in the first half of 2019. In Chicago, two sectors have a favorable outlook as they came in below the national average.

Industrial i Ohio

Construction starts on advanced manufacturing facility in Cincinnati

The Port joined Messer Construction, Terrex Development, City of Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, Hamilton County Board of Commissioners President Denise Driehaus, REDI Cincinnati and the Bond Hill Community Council in breaking ground for the construction of an advanced manufacturing facility at 2249 Seymour Avenue, formerly a parking lot for…

CRE N Illinois

The suite smell of parking success

| Gorm Tuxen

Parking is an invaluable asset for developers and building owners. Well-designed and implemented parking resources increase any property’s value, while poorly conceived parking can undermine the same property. Fortunately for owners and developers, the parking industry is in the midst of a technology renaissance that is making parking more …

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Harrison Cohen

| Matt Baker

In February 2018, Harrison Cohen joined Triton Realty Group as a commercial investment advisor specializing in the sale of multifamily and mixed-use properties in the Chicagoland area. Cohen has been a licensed attorney for five years and hit the ground running at Triton, closing his first sale three months into the business. Since joining …

CRE Midwest

REjournals expands footprint beyond Midwest

The Minnesota Real Estate Journal and RED News are now part of a bigger REjournals brand which was reorganized under parent company Real Estate Publishing Corporation. The new corporate headquarters is in Minneapolis, Minnesota, headed by Jeff Johnson as CEO and Todd Phillips as CFO.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Troy Beebe

Troy Beebe joined Essex Realty Group in 2016 where, as a director, he focuses on multifamily and mixed-use asset sales throughout suburban Chicago. He has an entrepreneurial spirit and has started numerous businesses ranging from information technology to self-storage and moving.