More than 200 results for “Mixed-use”
Office N Illinois

Landmark Partners takes on more management duties at Elgin office park

Landmark Partners’ property management tier was awarded the management of 2385 Bowes Road in Elgin, Illinois. This newly built office building is the third property assigned to Landmark at Bowes Commons, a mixed-use office and retail development located just off the busy and sought-after Randall Road corridor in the Chicago suburb of Elgin.

CRE X Missouri

Rob Lochner joins Cullinan Properties as VP of development

Cullinan Properties, Ltd. announced the addition of Rob Lochner as vice president of development. Lochner brings over 25 years of development, finance and operational experience to the Cullinan team. Based in Cullinan Properties’ St. Louis office, Lochner will lead development and municipal-related activities for Streets of St. Charles, Lof…

Retail V Michigan

NAI Wisinski sells mixed-use building in Grand Rapids

Russ Bono and Cameron Timmer of NAI Wisinski of West Michigan brokered the sale of 958 Fulton, an East Fulton corridor landmark in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The building is roughly 13,400 square feet with six retail bays on the first floor and nine apartments on the second floor.

Multifamily N Illinois

Renovated mixed-use Pilsen building sells at $2.1M

The Cawthon-Labriola group of SVN Chicago Commercial sold a 13-unit mixed use building at 1700 W. 19th Street in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, marking their 71st transaction in the neighborhood. Angelo Labriola and Paul Cawthon represented the seller in the transaction. The building sold for $2,100,000.

CRE N Illinois

Skender chairman, Joseph Skender, to retire after 40 years

Joseph Skender, chairman of the board of directors at Chicago-based Skender, has announced his retirement and will take on the title of chairman emeritus at the design-build-manufacturing firm. Mark Skender will remain CEO and Cheryl Skender will continue as chair and president of Skender Foundation.

CRE O Indiana

Cautious strength: Indianapolis CRE market set for a strong 2019

| Dan Rafter

Janice Paine isn’t shy about expressing her love for Indianapolis. Paine, senior vice president of brokerage for Central Indiana with Bradley Company, said that this key Midwest city offers plenty to companies: a centralized location, skilled labor force, a pro-business government and low expenses.