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CRE Midwest

9 industrial projects delivering in 2015

| B. Herron

From Libertyville, Illinois, all the way up to Southeast Wisconsin, there has been a blazing hot construction craze since early 2014! According to industrial expert Grady Hamilton at Trammell Crow Company, the total square feet of projects coming out of the ground this year is over 15 million square feet--which I'm sure will be discussed a…

CRE Midwest

The "build-to-sell"

| Staff Writer

Businesses and consumers are more confident than in recent years. Crude oil prices are down, giving a $100 tax free bonus to every household budget. Cheaper energy makes our Midwest manufacturers more competitive relative to China and other emerging economies. More manufacturing activity is moving back the U. S.

CRE Midwest

Golub & Company acquires Chicago's International Tower

| Staff Writer

Chicago-based Golub & Company, an international real estate investment and development firm, announced the acquisition of International Tower, an 11-story, 302,000-square-foot high quality office tower located at 8550 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue in Chicago, near O’Hare International Airport.

CRE Midwest

A Tale of a Changing Market

| B. Herron

The choice of office location in the greater Chicago area depends on the employer’s priorities. The suburban office market remains strong, offering lower rental rates and proximity to O’Hare airport, as well as to executives’ homes.

CRE Midwest

Chicago slowly, but steadily, increasing construction activity

| B. Herron

Although not as strong as the robust economic recoveries experienced in Texas and along the West Coast, Mathew R. Dougherty, P.E., executive vice president and regional manager –Midwest at McShane Construction Company, says Chicago and the Midwest Region has experienced a slow, but steady increase in construction activity over the past 12 months.