45 results for “Lincoln Yards”
Multifamily N Illinois

Fifteen Fifty on the Park tops off in Chicago’s Gold Coast

Fifteen Fifty on the Park, a boutique condominium building from developers Golub & Company, CIM Group and Avoda Group, has topped off. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the 32-residence luxury condominium development at the corner of North Avenue and Clark Street in Chicago’s Gold Coast is scheduled to deliver in fourth-quarter 2019.

CRE N Illinois

Q&A: Tim Anderson of Focus

| Matt Baker

Tim Anderson is CEO and founder of Focus, a Chicago-based firm that delivers development, construction and consulting services. He got his start in commercial real estate over 40 years ago and since then has been a trailblazer for industry diversification.

Multifamily N Illinois

Chicago's multifamily market thriving, evolving

| Matt Baker

With all the activity going on in multifamily these days, many question what the next frontier of this asset class looks like. Yesterday morning, over 225 people had their questions answered at the 10th Annual Chicagoland Multifamily & Affordable Housing Real Estate Summit, hosted by REjournals.

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.

Office N Illinois

Interiors completed on C.H. Robinson's Chicago headquarters

Vocon, a leading national architectural and design firm, provided interior design services for C.H. Robinson’s flagship operation center, a four-story, 207,000-square-foot office building in Chicago’s new Lincoln Yards development by Sterling Bay. Vocon collaborated with Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP, which served as the base building architect.

CRE N Illinois

Lincoln Yards redux: Sterling Bay again alters megaproject

| Matt Baker

Last week, Chicago 2nd Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins rejected elements of Sterling Bay’s plans for the Lincoln Yards project along the North Branch, notably the soccer stadium and the Live Nation-affiliated entertainment district. The developer responded, unveiling revised drawings over the weekend that show park and recreational uses where t…

CRE N Illinois

Forecast of Chicago development: The river runs through it

| Matt Baker

Yesterday, over 900 industry professionals packed into the Hyatt Regency Chicago for the 17th annual Chicago Real Estate Forecast. The most popular panel, which discussed the surge of development along the Chicago River, had attendees spilling out of the Grand Ballroom and craning their necks to hear from the hallway.