More than 200 results for “O’Hare”
CRE N Illinois

Studio Gang brings technology fellow in house

Studio Gang announced that their longtime collaborator, structural engineer Peter Heppel, has joined Studio Gang’s Chicago office as a technology fellow. Specializing in lightweight structures and aerodynamics, Heppel will draw on his decades of experience and unique knowledge of structural design and wind engineering to work closely with d…

Industrial N Illinois

Activity and demand hold steady at O’Hare

| Matt Baker

Through the third quarter of 2019, robust demand has continued to drive activity in Chicago’s overall industrial market. In the O’Hare area, the need for logistical, flex, as well as manufacturing space is keeping the submarket active.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial sentiment stays strong as we sail into 2020

| Matt Baker

There are strong headwinds that may turn the bull real estate market bear, such as a decelerating economy and a simmering trade war. But a new sentiment survey suggests that the industrial sector is riding a separate current that should propel it beyond any slowdown in the overall market.

Retail N Illinois

JLL closes sale of suburban Chicago retail center

JLL has closed the sale of Mallard Crossing, an 80,708-square-foot, ALDI-anchored retail center in the northwestern Chicago suburb of Elk Grove Village, Illinois. JLL represented the seller, IRC Retail Centers, and procured the buyer, a vehicle sponsored by AmCap Management. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Office N Illinois

Some Chicago suburbs shedding office tenants

| Matt Baker

The overall suburban Chicago office market comprises nearly 110 million square feet of inventory. But as the suburbs lost more than a million square feet of absorption year-to-date, which areas and property types should investors focus on?

CRE N Illinois

First look at HOK's O'Hare Airport expansion

HOK and Muller & Muller, Ltd., along with the Chicago Department of Aviation, are leading the design of more than 300,000 square feet of new space in Terminal 5. This will be the terminal’s first major expansion since it opened in 1993 and will allow O’Hare to comfortably welcome an increasing number of travelers.