More than 200 results for “Minneapolis”
CRE N Illinois

Clear Height Properties adds to growing team

Clear Height Properties has named Nena Guillory Hamilton as controller. In this position the accounting and commercial real estate veteran is responsible for financial and accounting functions for the company and its expanding commercial real estate portfolio. The firm also announced the appointment of Joe Young as vice president, asset man…

Hospitality W Minnesota

Luxury Hilton hotel opens near Minneapolis

Construction has finished on the Hilton, a new upscale hotel at the corner of South Broadway and East Center Street in downtown Rochester, Minnesota. The 264-room luxury hotel, which will be managed by Avra Hospitality, will welcome its first guests on April 16.

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…

Hospitality Midwest

Midwest hotels facing a big year in 2019

| Dan Rafter

Occupancy gains and steady revenue growth. That’s what Marcus & Millichap is predicting for the hospitality sector throughout the upper Midwest states of North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois.

Finance W Minnesota

Cadence opens office in Minneapolis

Cadence, a growing capital markets intermediary with a primary focus on raising equity for commercial real estate developers and sponsors, opened a new regional office in the greater Twin Cities area. The new office, at 3601 Minneapolis Drive in Minneapolis, is the third for Cadence, which also has offices in Denver and Chicago.

Multifamily Midwest

Affordability in tech hubs? You can find it in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Cities across the country, and across the Midwest, are scrambling to attract tech businesses. This isn’t surprising: These jobs are attractive. With enough of them, new residents will flock to a city. But when a city becomes a tech hub, can those new workers actually afford to live in them?

CRE Midwest

Savills Studley rebrands, drops the ‘Studley’

Savills Studley, Inc., announced that it has rebranded as Savills Inc., effective immediately. This change aligns the U.S. arm of the business with the global platform of Savills plc. The firm has also changed its email and web addresses to reflect the new title.