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

Where real estate intersects with technology

| Matt Baker

The importance of location to real estate is so profound, it’s usually thrice repeated. The opposite is true of our second world, the digital realm that overlays the physical, where one’s setting is mostly irrelevant. That’s why there is a growing need to merge the two, to find that place where property and technology can interface.

CRE N Illinois

Ahead of the CRE Forecast, a look at Chicago in 2019

| Matt Baker

When the 850 or so expected industry professionals pour into the Hyatt Regency Chicago on Jan. 8 for the 17th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference, they’ll hear from dozens of experts about where the market is headed in 2019. We reached out to two of the speakers, Molly McShane and Drew Nieman, for a preview of what they feel t…

Industrial N Illinois

Holidays create new wrinkle for retailers: Reverse logistics

| Matt Baker

One defense of brick-and-mortar retail holds that for some goods, consumers need to hold the product in their hands or try them on. But as e-tailers have streamlined return procedures, even more shoppers are moving to online, opting to instead send unwanted items back. Thus the e-commerce disruption continues to unfold as reverse logistics …

CRE N Illinois

Forecasting three corners of commercial real estate for 2019

| Matt Baker

All throughout 2018, the real estate market was once again buoyed by a virile U.S. economy. There may new challenges in 2019 in the forms of rising interest rates, tightening credit and lingering uncertainty over the geopolitical climate, yet many commercial real estate professionals remain bullish on the market going into the new year.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago's CTA headed for $2 billion modernization

A joint venture of Walsh Construction and Irving, Texas-based Fluor Corporation have been selected as the preferred partner to design and build Phase One of the Red and Purple Line Modernization Program for the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). The $2.1 billion project will be the largest capital project in CTA’s history, ultimately resultin…

Finance N Illinois

Capital acquisition in 2019 to continue unabated for investors

| Matt Baker

According to a survey of 200 investors and investment managers conducted by tech-enabled commercial real estate lender Money360 earlier this year, equity market volatility, rising interest rates, credit spread compression and other factors were sending them toward the relative stability of physical assets like real.

Industrial N Illinois

Bridge Development Partners acquires 87,640-SF industrial facility

Bridge Development Partners, LLC has purchased 133 N. Swift Road, an 87,640-square-foot industrial facility located in Addison, Illinois. Prior to the close of the sale transaction, Bridge successfully negotiated a long-term lease renewal agreement with Associated Material Handling Industries, Inc., which occupies the entirety of the property.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Scott Benedetto

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Scott Benedetto, an investment manager at CenterPoint Properties. Benedetto joined CenterPoint in 2012 as an investment analyst supporting acquisitions nationally and is now responsible for national dispositions and sourcing and executing acquisitions in Chicago and Houston. He si…

CRE X Missouri

Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame: Cushman & Wakefield's Keith Schneider

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News highlights the careers of the most successful CRE pros in the Midwest in its annual Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. Today, we look at the busy career of Keith Schneider, senior vice president with the St. Charles, Missouri, office of Cushman…

Finance N Illinois

The fall of RealtyShares: Four lessons learned

| Adam Gower, Ph.D.

The collapse of RealtyShares has sent shock waves through the nascent online real estate syndication industry—colloquially known as real estate “crowdfunding”—but there are both reasons for optimism and lessons to be learned. The failure of RealtyShares is not an indictment of the premise upon which real estate crowdfunding is based. It is …