More than 200 results for “Mike Murray”
Retail N Illinois

The Missner Group completes Naf Naf Grill build-out in Chicago

The Missner Group has completed the build-out of a new Naf Naf Grill location at 231 S. LaSalle Street in Chicago. The new Middle Eastern restaurant features a high-end kitchen equipped with a walk-in cooler and a bakery to host the restaurant chain’s signature pita oven. Renovations also included a dining room space and restrooms to serve …

CRE p Tennessee

Tennessee's HUTTON names chief development officer

HUTTON, a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based commercial real estate, development and investment company, appointed Douglas Kyle as chief development officer. Kyle brings more than 35 years of real estate and development expertise to HUTTON, which has completed more than 1,100 projects for more than 100 vendors across 40 states.

Office N Illinois

Former General Motors facility in Broadview sells for $14 million

Mark Nelson, SIOR and Mike Nelson, SIOR, formerly partners of NelsonHill and now senior vice presidents with JLL in San Diego, have closed on the sale of the former General Motors facility located on 17 acres at 2600 S. 25th Avenue in Broadview, Illinois. TradeLane Properties purchased the property for $14,070,000, as their first transactio…

Multifamily N Illinois

Opus wraps up luxury multifamily development in Des Plaines

The Opus Group completed work on Ellison Apartments, a luxury, multifamily, market rate development in Des Plaines, Illinois near O’Hare’s office and industrial submarkets. Ellison Apartments is the first new luxury apartment building in downtown Des Plaines in several years and brings an attractive offering for renters in the growing city.…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Patrick Cusack

A licensed architect and design principal at Antunovich Associates, Patrick Cusack has experience in the planning of large-scale, mixed-use retail and residential projects, the design of low- and mid-rise residential projects, office, hospitality and institutional buildings, as well as investigating development alternatives regarding entitl…

Industrial O Indiana

Investors still hungry for Indianapolis industrial assets

| Dan Rafter

Investors love Indianapolis’ industrial market. Just look at the latest research from Avison Young. According to the CRE firm, industrial building sales in the Indianapolis market jumped 45.7 percent on a year-over-year basis, reaching $1.4 billion across 23.6 million feet during the four quarters ending in the second quarter of this year.