More than 200 results for “Midwest”
CRE N Illinois

Clune Construction promotes 11 in Chicago

In keeping with its culture of promoting from within, Clune Construction has promoted 11 of its talented professionals in its Chicago office to executive-level positions: John Amos, Jim Bardoczi, Craig Erdenberger, Chris Franz, Andrew Hoppe, Steve Green, Rachel Munkvold, Dino Pastore, Mary Shea, Jeremy Stanek and Luke Unverzagt.

Multifamily Midwest

Enterprise Community Development names president

Brian McLaughlin has been named president and chief executive officer of Enterprise Community Development (ECD), a new organization that brings together two developers and managers of affordable, well-designed homes: Community Preservation Development Corporation (CPDC) and Enterprise Homes, Inc.

Healthcare V Michigan

A favorite target for investors? Healthcare real estate

| Dan Rafter

It’s a simple formula: The larger the number of patients a hospital system can reach, the easier it is for these medical providers to succeed economically. That’s why so many medical providers today are expanding their footprint, opening freestanding clinics and emergency care centers across the country.

CRE V Michigan

Western Michigan CRE Summit: Good news, and attendees, in abundance

| Dan Rafter

The commercial real estate market is strong in Grand Rapids and the Western Michigan region, with the multifamily, indusrial and office markets all seeing a jump in deals and new construction. Even the retail market, which is struggling across so much of the country, is showing positive signs in Grand Rapids and its surrounding communities.…

Multifamily N Illinois

Wheeling Town Center residences open

The ONE luxe apartments complex at Wheeling Town Center officially opened in Wheeling, Illinois. CallisonRTKL served as the architect, working in partnership with Wheeling Town Center’s developer, The Lynmark Group. The residences are phase I of a two-part Wheeling Town Center master plan.

Industrial Midwest

As online grocery sales grow, cold-storage demand heats up

| Dan Rafter

The demand for new distribution centers across the country has been well-documented: Consumers increasingly want their gym shoes, video games and flat-screen TVs delivered in one or two days. But the growth of online grocery sales has boosted demand for another kind of warehouse, cold-storage. And that demand is only expected to rise, accor…