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Industrial Midwest

Industrial market still charmed in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Ecommerce and the push for last-mile distribution centers continue to provide a boost to the U.S. industrial market, with Avison Young reporting that 272 million square feet of industrial construction was completed throughout the United States in the first quarter of 2019.

Office N Illinois

Colliers arranges 47,000-SF Fulton Market lease for ServiceNow

Colliers International’s David Burden, Patrick Hewitt, Jim Abarta and Grant Zumidio represented ServiceNow, a Silicon Valley-based enterprise cloud software company, in a 47,000-square-foot lease in Chicago’s Fulton Market neighborhood. ServiceNow will occupy the fifth and sixth floors of 1201 W. Lake Street, which will serve as the firm’s …

Office N Illinois

Chicago's Citadel Center hits the market seeking $750 million

Citadel Center, the 1.5 million-square-foot office tower located at 131 S. Dearborn Street in Chicago’s Loop, is reportedly seeking a buyer. The owners—a partnership between Angelo, Gordon & Co., a $32 billion alternative investment firm focused on credit and real estate investing, international real estate firm Hines and New York City-base…

CRE V Michigan

Midwest Commercial Real Estate HOF: Colliers' Paul Choukourian

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame isuse. This year, we are also running these profiles online. Today, we look at the thriving career of Paul Choukourian, executive managing director with the Southfield, Michigan, office of Colliers International.

Multifamily Midwest

The multifamily juggernaut? It's showing no signs of a slowdown

| Dan Rafter

No signs of a slowdown. That’s the takeaway from Yardi Matrix’s recently released April multifamily report, which shows that monthly apartment rents across the country are continuing their steady rise. As the report says, “There seems to be no reason to think the multifamily juggernaut is going to hit the pause button.”