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Theaster Gates honored by ULI for work in urban development

Internationally acclaimed artist and urban planner Theaster Gates, whose rise to prominence began with his use of art and culture to revive underserved neighborhoods in his hometown of Chicago, has been named the 2018 recipient of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development.

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Bryan Irwin joins SCB's campus environments practice

Architecture, interior design and planning firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) has hired Bryan Irwin, AIA LEED AP as a principal. Irwin will be part of the firm’s campus environments leadership team, practicing nationally with a focus on libraries and learning environments.

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CRE Future Leaders: Zack Hilgendorf

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Zack Hilgendorf, vice president at Quantum Real Estate Advisors, Inc. With extensive experience handling the acquisition and disposition of single-tenant and multi-tenant properties throughout the U.S., Hilgendorf’s skill set and in-depth knowledge of the nuances of net-lease tran…

Retail P Kansas

Hunt Midwest secures two tenants at Overland Park's The Vue

Hunt Midwest has secured leases with Parisi Café and Evolve Juicery & Kitchen for a combined 4,135 square feet of ground-level retail space at The Vue, its $49 million mixed-use redevelopment project under construction at W. 80th Street between Marty and Floyd Streets in downtown Overland Park, Kansas.

CRE X Missouri

Hall of Fame profile: Newmark Grubb Zimmer's Mark Long

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its annual Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the top commercial real estate professionals in the Midwest. This year, we are running those profiles online, too. Today, we focus on the busy career of Mark Long, executive managing director and principal with the Kansas City, Missouri, offi…

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The best secondary market in the Midwest for investors? It might be Nashville

| Dan Rafter

It’s increasingly difficult for commercial real estate investors to earn strong returns in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. That’s because commercial real estate values in these markets have hit all-time highs while cap rates are as tight as they’ve ever been. Because of that, investors are increasingly turning to…