86 results for “Inland Construction”
Industrial N Illinois

Industrial sentiment stays strong as we sail into 2020

| Matt Baker

There are strong headwinds that may turn the bull real estate market bear, such as a decelerating economy and a simmering trade war. But a new sentiment survey suggests that the industrial sector is riding a separate current that should propel it beyond any slowdown in the overall market.

Industrial P Kansas

NorthPoint starts work on largest spec industrial facility in Kansas

NorthPoint Development has broken ground on a new distribution center at Logistics Park Kansas City in Edgerton, Kansas. The property, Inland Port VII, will encompass 952,956 square feet of industrial space at the southeast corner of 185th and Waverly Road. Upon completion in April 2020, Inland VII will be the largest spec industrial buildi…

CRE N Illinois

33 Realty names Sean Connelly principal

Sean Connelly has been named principal at 33 Realty. A foremost expert in multifamily, Connelly works with owners, converters and investors to achieve investment goals. His success is reflected in career transactions valued at $400 million plus.

CRE N Illinois

CAGE Civil Engineering adds industry expert Tom Ness

CAGE Engineering, a full-service land development firm based in Downers Grove, Illinois, has hired Tom Ness to lead their land development services division. Ness brings over 15 years of real estate development experience, which spans the residential, commercial and institutional market sectors.

Industrial N Illinois

As Chicago industrial expands, investors target familiar areas

| Matt Baker

The Chicago logistics industry remains on stable footing as steadily growing wages and accelerating household formation are driving demand for more e-commerce-driven warehouse space. And according to Marcus & Millichap’s second half 2018 industrial research market report, developers looking to expand Chicago’s 1 billion-plus square-foot inv…

Industrial N Illinois

Some improvement in the I-55 Corridor

| Matt Baker

The Chicago metro industrial market remained strong last quarter. The 8.6 million square feet of new leasing activity during Q2 is the highest quarterly total since 2015 and the plummeting vacancy rate, which was down by an 23 basis points to 6.4 percent, is the lowest rate recorded since 2001.