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CRE N Illinois

JLL announces corporate solutions leadership changes

JLL announced that Neil Murray will become global CEO, corporate solutions, succeeding John Forrest. Murray, who will be located in Chicago, will report to CEO Christian Ulbrich and join the company's global executive board. Mark Caskey will succeed Murray as EMEA CEO, corporate solutions. The changes are effective June 1.

CRE N Illinois

Appraisal pioneer Eugene Stunard passes away

Eugene W. Stunard, MAI has passed away at the age of 86. The legendary appraiser co-founded Appraisal Research Counselors, one of the largest independent valuation firms in the United States, in 1968 with his wife, Joan Stunard.

CRE N Illinois

Newmark Knight Frank wins 2018 Office Property Representative of the Year

The team of Bill Rolander, Jon Cordell, Jason Houze and Jessica O’Hara of Newmark Knight Frank’s (NKF) Chicago office were awarded the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s (GCFD) 2018 Office Property Representative of the Year award. The prestigious award was announced during GCFD’s 31st annual Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards dinner, whi…

Retail N Illinois

SVN brokers Arlington Heights retail sale to out-of-state investors

The Esplanade at Arlington Heights—an 18,419-square-foot retail center at 2920-2964 W. Euclid Avenue, Arlington Heights, Illinois—sold to an out of state investor. Tim Franz and John Livaditis of SVN Chicago Commercial represented the seller in the transaction, a private real estate investment group. After generating multiple offers, the sh…

CRE N Illinois

Skender announces five field operations promotions

Skender, a Chicago-based construction, design and manufacturing firm, has announced the recent promotions of five individuals on the firm’s expanding operations team. The employees, Pete Conlin, John Estes, Jeff Krause, Brian Ribordy and Dan Torres include a new safety director and four new directors of field operations.

Healthcare N Illinois

The outlook for outpatient could mean outrageous returns

| Matt Baker

The hospital’s monopoly on healthcare is coming to an end. These large institutions aren’t going anywhere, of course, but every year, more and more people receive treatment in medical office buildings (MOBs), retail centers and other off-campus facilities. And real estate investors have taken notice.