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Industrial N Illinois

Lee & Associates negotiates long-term, 308,782-SF lease

Lee & Associates of Illinois has closed a long-term lease renewal and expansion for a 308,782-square-foot industrial space located at 880 S. Rohlwing Road in Addison, Illinois. The tenant, Ferguson Enterprises, is renewing their lease on 260,099 square feet and expanding into an additional 48,683 square feet.

CRE N Illinois

Morgan / Harbour Construction adds Tolan, Kasten to executive team

Morgan / Harbour Construction announced the promotion of Craig Tolan to senior vice president and the addition of Kevin Kasten as senior vice president. Tolan will lead the execution of the firm’s preconstruction and construction operations locally and nationally while Kasten will lead the operations of internal teams focusing on process im…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Cal Payne

| Matt Baker

A member of CBRE’s agency and occupier brokerage groups, Cal Payne advises clients in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of industrial facilities throughout North America. Since 2012, he and his team have completed over 300 transactions totaling more than 24 million square feet and valued at over $850 million.

CRE N Illinois

Morgante Wilson Architects promotes four project managers to associates

Evanston, Illinois-based Morgante Wilson Architects, Ltd. (MWA) has promoted four employees from project managers to associates. Diana Ortiz was named associate in interior design and Kevin Thayer was promoted to associate of architectural interiors, while Monica Musialowski and Ellen Whitehead have both been named associates in architecture.

Office N Illinois

United Airlines reups at Chicago's Willis Tower

United Airlines has renewed its lease in Willis Tower, which will keep the world’s second-most profitable airline in the noted high-rise until at least 2033. The news comes after a year-and-a-half search that saw the company considering riverfront megadevelopments for a new headquarters location.

CRE N Illinois

For cap rates, stability the driving force

| Matt Baker

During the second half of 2018, capitalization rates broadly remained stable, buoyed by a trio of macro factors—positive economic growth, abundant capital and a favorable supply/demand environment. This held true in the Chicago market, where only industrial saw a modest drop.