24 results for “My Place hotel”
CRE V Michigan

Three questions with ... Detroit's Brendan George

| Dan Rafter

This is an exciting time to broker real estate in the Detroit market. Just ask Brendan George, senior vice president with CBRE’s Detroit office. As a veteran CRE professional, George is at the center of Detroit’s continued rebirth, closing deals that are helping to reinvigorate the urban core of this key Midwest city. Midwest Real Estate Ne…

Office N Illinois

Forecast 2020: Corporate Relocations

| Matt Baker

Paul Reaumond is the youngest professional to be named vice chairman in CBRE Chicago’s history. It’s a title well earned, as he has helped engineer numerous deals bringing high-profile corporate relocations to Chicago.

CRE N Illinois

On the Corner: North & Clark

| Michael H. Zaransky

As a very young child, I remember going to the Plaza Hotel on the corner of Clark and North because my dad’s office was there. In fact, when my parents were first married in 1948, they lived in the hotel because my grandfather—my mom’s dad—owned the building. Eventually, my dad operated it for the family.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leader: Kristen Alessi

Kristen Alessi is a property manager at Draper and Kramer, overseeing the community at Eleven Thirty in Chicago’s South Loop. She joined the firm in 2013 as a property administrator, quickly advanced through promotions and was recently named Accredited Residential Manager of the Year by the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Chicago chapter.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Noah Birk

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Noah Birk, senior director at Kiser Group. Birk focuses on the disposition of apartment buildings on the south side of Chicago and is one of the most prolific apartment building brokers in the city.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Kurt Bender

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Kurt Bender, founder and principal of Bender Companies. Bender has more than 12 years experience in commercial real estate investing, operations, project management, and finance. He founded Bender Companies in 2011 and oversees all operations and financial responsibilities of the …

CRE N Illinois

Chicago CRE Future Leaders: MJ Zaring

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with MJ Zaring, vice president of acquisitions at CA Residential, the multifamily arm of CA Ventures. Zaring is responsible for the sourcing, underwriting, negotiating and closing of multifamily land sites in target markets throughout the U.S.

CRE Midwest

Kiser Group's Bill Baumann

| B. Herron

Cap rates in the multifamily arena seem to be one of the biggest conversations right now as they are at historic lows. Some experts think cap rates could go even lower in 2015, according to Multifamily Executive.

CRE W Minnesota

Morrissey's view: Twin Cities hotel market stronger than ever

| Dan Rafter

Bill Morrissey has never seen a stronger hotel market in the Minneapolis/St. Paul market than the one he's working in now. This is good timing. St. Paul, Minn.-based Morrissey Hospitality Companies is developing a four-story Hilton Home2 Suites hotel in the suburb of Eagan, just east of the new Twin Cities Premium Outlets that opened here l…

CRE Midwest

Sanjay Shah: Living the American Dream

| B. Herron

In 1993 Sanjay Shah came to Chicago to work in the technology industry for a local company called SAP. Shah was a user of enterprise software prior to getting into the tech industry itself.

CRE Midwest

Bob Habeeb: Staying true to his values

| B. Herron

While Bob Habeeb was in college, he took a job in a bar and restaurant. Ultimately, Habeeb fell in love with it, and worked his way up in the industry. Now, with over 25 years of experience in hospitality and commercial real estate, there isn’t much of the industry Habeeb hasn’t touched at some point.

CRE Midwest

Randy Fifield: Positively impacting Chicago for more than 20 years

| B. Herron

Randy Fifield’s first small deal was working a rental apartment deal, and then a for sale townhouse project of her own. When she met Steve Fifield, she had hoped to convince him to go into multifamily development, and he insisted she try office development. In 1994, they bought the 890,000 sq. ft. Civic Opera building. From there—as they sa…

CRE Midwest

Inland's Paul Rogers: CRE's Thriller

| B. Herron

In Paul Rogers’ first job out of college, he worked as housing director for a state funded mental health agency located on the north side. He met many landlords including Mel and George Kaplan located in Rogers Park. They told him to get his real estate license and work for them. Rogers did and after 29 years in CRE he hasn’t looked back.