More than 200 results for “Industry Capital”
Industrial N Illinois

Industrial vet, Mark Levy, joins Hilco Redevelopment Partners

Hilco Redevelopment Partners, a unit of Hilco Global, announced that Mark Levy has joined its real estate redevelopment team as executive vice president – industrial acquisitions. He will be responsible for expanding the acquisition team and strategy, with a focus on continuing to source and complete industrial redevelopment transactions th…

CRE N Illinois

Accesso bolsters executive team

Accesso Partners, a fully integrated investment manager and operator of multi-tenant office buildings in top non-gateway U.S. markets, has promoted Paul Gaines to managing director, asset management. Gaines, who joined the company in 2012 and has spent the past two years serving as managing director, capital markets debt, will oversee the a…

Industrial N Illinois

The last word on last mile

| Matt Baker

Ever since the e-commerce revolution, the real estate industry has grappled with the concept of the last mile—where it is, how to build it up and how to capitalize on it. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the answers to these remain elusive.

CRE N Illinois

Autonomous cars on a crash course with the real estate industry

| Michael Zaransky

You stroll out of your house in the countryside, hop into the self-driving car you ordered and settle in with your coffee and your laptop, not worrying about the fact that it will take you an hour or more to get to work. Though it sounds futuristic, this scenario could become a reality within the next decade.

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…

Industrial O Indiana

Investors still hungry for Indianapolis industrial assets

| Dan Rafter

Investors love Indianapolis’ industrial market. Just look at the latest research from Avison Young. According to the CRE firm, industrial building sales in the Indianapolis market jumped 45.7 percent on a year-over-year basis, reaching $1.4 billion across 23.6 million feet during the four quarters ending in the second quarter of this year.