More than 200 results for “Midwest Industrial Funds”
Legal Midwest

Husch Blackwell launches construction academy

Husch Blackwell has launched a comprehensive, industry-based knowledge center, Construction Academy, that seeks to foster learning, create interactions and build value for its participants. The industry-focused law firm is responsible for the programming and administration of the academy, which aims to include diverse voices and stakeholder…

Industrial Midwest

Zilber Property Group sells Wisconsin/Illinois industrial portfolio

Zilber Property Group (ZPG) has completed the sale of a portfolio of industrial buildings to two private equity funds managed by High Street Realty Company. Concentrated along the I-94 corridor in southeastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois, the portfolio is comprised of fifteen institutional-quality industrial buildings, totaling 1.68 mil…

Industrial N Illinois

Largest spec industrial building planned for Fox Valley submarket

Midwest Industrial Funds recently broke ground on a 303,601-square-foot industrial building within the DuPage Business Center at 2525 Enterprise Circle in West Chicago, Illinois. It will be the largest speculative building to be developed in the Fox Valley submarket and the only building in the area to feature 36-foot clear ceiling height.

CRE v Wisconsin

Berkadia expands with Milwaukee office

Berkadia today has expanded its Midwest footprint with the opening of its newest office in Milwaukee. Industry veterans Mark Dellonte and Amy Barry (a native of Shorewood, Wisconsin), the team’s Senior Managing Director and Director of Operations, respectively, will be based at the new Berkadia branch office in the Historic Third Ward of Milwaukee.

CRE Midwest

TCF Bank's Kelly: Developers can't just build apartments anywhere anymore

| Dan Rafter

As president of commercial banking in the Minneapolis office of TCF Bank, Patricia Kelly knows just how strong the commercial real estate market remains today. She also understands how the different commercial sectors are evolving. The financing requests TCF Bank receives offer evidence of office and multifamily sectors that are experiencin…

CRE N Illinois

Collete English Dixon appointed to the Waterton advisory board

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, announced the appointment of Collete English Dixon to the the firm’s advisory board. Comprised of a group of three independent (non-Waterton) individuals and the two Waterton co-founders, David Schwartz and Peter Vilim, the board provides strategic counsel to Waterton’s leadership…

CRE N Illinois

Patrick J. Kearney joins GlenStar Properties executive team

Patrick J. Kearney has joined GlenStar Properties’ executive team as a principal. Kearney will be an integral part of the leadership team, heading up acquisitions and development for the company. In addition, he will assist with asset management and other strategic corporate initiatives.

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.

Finance Midwest

Associated Bank's Warsek: CRE strong, but evolving, in 2019

| Dan Rafter

Commercial lenders can tell when the commercial real estate market is hot and when it’s heading for a slowdown. And 2019? Greg Warsek, senior vice president and senior regional manager in the Chicago office of Associated Bank, told Midwest Real Estate News that this year should be another strong one when it comes to financing requests and c…

CRE N Illinois

Q&A: Quantum Real Estate Advisors' Chad Firsel

| Matt Baker

Growing up, Chad Firsel helped around his father’s real estate law firm, working his way up from making copies and billing to practically performing the duties of a law clerk. “I realized I didn’t want to be a lawyer,” Firsel said. “There’s a lot of sitting around and arguing and typing.”