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

Fifteen Fifty on the Park tops off in Chicago’s Gold Coast

Fifteen Fifty on the Park, a boutique condominium building from developers Golub & Company, CIM Group and Avoda Group, has topped off. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the 32-residence luxury condominium development at the corner of North Avenue and Clark Street in Chicago’s Gold Coast is scheduled to deliver in fourth-quarter 2019.

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

Five points of industrial analysis

| Matt Baker

Institutional investors, developers and users alike are drawn into the industrial vortex, an asset class outperforming all others as the economy continues to shift to on-demand everything. What’s in store for the remainder of 2019 and this development cycle?

CRE N Illinois

Appraisal pioneer Eugene Stunard passes away

Eugene W. Stunard, MAI has passed away at the age of 86. The legendary appraiser co-founded Appraisal Research Counselors, one of the largest independent valuation firms in the United States, in 1968 with his wife, Joan Stunard.

CRE N Illinois

Collete English Dixon appointed to the Waterton advisory board

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, announced the appointment of Collete English Dixon to the the firm’s advisory board. Comprised of a group of three independent (non-Waterton) individuals and the two Waterton co-founders, David Schwartz and Peter Vilim, the board provides strategic counsel to Waterton’s leadership…

Office N Illinois

Beyond the mega-project: How smaller redevelopment projects are shaping the suburban office market

| Steve Wright and Roger Heerema

While some large corporations have bet on the benefits of moving their headquarters downtown, the revival of dozens of suburban office buildings is convincing many other companies to remain in the suburbs and enjoy the urban feel of a redevelopment. Today’s employees appreciate a workplace that allows for activity-based work and amenities t…