More than 200 results for “Newmark Knight Frank”
CRE N Illinois

NKF Chicago Office adds capital markets brokers Sandquist and Asensio

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the addition of leading corporate capital markets and net lease brokers to its Chicago office. With over 35 years of combined experience, vice chairman Andrew Sandquist and managing director J.C. Asensio join NKF, specializing in sale-leaseback solutions for corporate occupiers and mergers and acquisitio…

Multifamily N Illinois

Brooke Jackson joins Newmark Knight Frank

Brooke Jackson has joined Newmark Knight Frank’s multifamily division as a vice president in the firm’s Chicago office. Jackson reports to Joel Simmons, executive managing director, and team, including Adam Levinson and Ben Greazel, both executive managing directors.

Office N Illinois

Redefining the suburban office

| Matt Baker

Downtown Chicago has benefitted from a steady stream of corporate relocations in the recent past. Many of these companies didn’t have far to move as they were already in the suburbs. So how is the suburban office market coping with all of these emigrations?

CRE W Minnesota

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: NKF's Jim Damiani

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the top CRE pros in our region. This year, we are also running these profiles online. Today, we look at the success of Jim Damiani, executive managing director of the Minneapolis office of Newmark Knight Frank.

Office N Illinois

NKF represents Opex Analytics in HQ relocation to downtown Chicago

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) recently represented Opex Analytics in a long-term, 18,000-square-foot lease at 350 N. Orleans Street in Chicago. Rapid growth and a desire to have all of its Chicago-based employees collaborating under one roof led Opex Analytics to sign the lease, following NKF’s strategic analysis of suitable, local options for…

Office V Michigan

Newmark Knight Frank: Detroit office market surging

| Dan Rafter

Demand for office space in Detroit continues to rise. The proof? The office vacancy rate in the metropolitan Detroit area fell 30 basis points to 15.2 percent during the first quarter of the year, according to the latest research from Newmark Knight Frank.