32 results for “Michigan Economic Development Corporation”
CRE N Illinois

Bob Westover Joins Colliers’ state and government incentives group

Colliers International | Chicago announced that Bob Westover has joined the company as senior vice president – central market leader in state and government incentives. In addition to expanding the department, Westover will work with Colliers’ clients in the central region to negotiate and secure local and state economic credits and incentives.

CRE N Illinois

JLL's Christie Kelly stepping down as CFO

JLL announced that Christie Kelly has resigned as chief financial officer in order to pursue other opportunities. Chief administrative officer Trish Maxson will expand her remit to become interim CFO until a permanent successor is in place. The changes take immediate effect, with Kelly staying on with JLL until year-end to ensure a smooth t…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Adam Southard

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Adam Southard, managing director at Savills Studley’s Chicago office. With seven years of Wall Street banking and financial services experience, Southard offers expertise in corporate finance, accounting, public company reporting, and CRE financing.

Retail V Michigan

Fighting off the mallpocalypse

In 2017, a new report released by Credit Suisse gave voice to the fears that retailers and real estate professionals have been murmuring about for quite some time. According to the report, approximately 20 percent to 25 percent of all American malls will be shuttered inside of five years.

CRE i Ohio

Tax Increment Financing – What you need to know

| Staff Writer

A recent Internal Revenue Service Chief Counsel Advice Memorandum clarified key points on the tax treatment of TIF reimbursements received by a developer in connection with the construction of infrastructure improvements. However, the memorandum leaves several questions unanswered.

Retail V Michigan

Cohen Financial’s Bronkema: Grand Rapids’ downtown on the rise

| Staff Writer

Like many cities across the Midwest, Grand Rapids, Michigan, is enjoying a downtown boom. Residents want to live in the center of this city, close to its museums, restaurants and businesses. This is helping to fuel a solid rise in commercial real estate activity in Grand Rapids. Cathy Bronkema, a partner with Cohen Financial and the managin…