More than 200 results for “Oak Park”
CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: George Mack

| Matt Baker

George Mack joined Cresa in 2016 and has past experience raising debt and equity for corporate users of real estate. Mack has consulted on transactions valued over $120 million and advises Fortune 500 companies and private equity clients in asset monetization, office relocation, build-to-suit development, balance sheet restructuring and the…

Hospitality P Kansas

Oakwood forms hospitality partnership with Wichita-based WaterWalk

Oakwood has entered into a multi-year strategic partnership agreement with WaterWalk International to create a new brand, Oakwood WaterWalk. The purpose-built product provides a unique combined offering, including 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments, that fully satisfies the wide spectrum of needs across the extended stay, multifamily and corp…

Retail N Illinois

Leopardo renovates Dry Goods retail location in Deer Park, Illinois

Leopardo has completed a 5,000-square-foot renovation of the Von Maur fashion retail store Dry Goods in Deer Park, Illinois, one of the largest locations in the country. After announcing the opening of 19 new stores in seven states, Leopardo was selected to complete five stores as part of the phased rollout in Illinois, Tennessee and Oklahoma.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Outdoor Ventures doubles in size with new hires

Schaumburg, Illinois-based Industrial Outdoor Ventures (IOV), a real estate investment company focused exclusively on the acquisition, development and redevelopment of industrial services facilities, has hired five new staff members: Anthony DeLaurentis, James Georgalas, Eric Johnson, Ray Michaelsen and Tina Torossian.

Multifamily N Illinois

Not a passing craze: Deconversions still strong in Chicago

| Matt Baker

There were two major condo deconversion deals announced in Chicago at the close of 2018: Kiser Group’s deconversion of the 250-unit Flats on LaSalle and the sale of River City, the largest such deal for the market at 449 units. Since then, however, news of these condo-to-rental deals has been slow. Is this a sign that the trend itself is st…

Industrial N Illinois

The I-80 Corridor lags in big box leases

| Matt Baker

Chicago has seen a spate of large, spec industrial facilities tilt up in the past year. Now they’re leasing up. While big box projects throughout the region have begun to find users, the situation is a bit slower in the I-80/Joliet Corridor.