186 results for “Pace Properties”
Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Insider: The cold supply chain

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

Industrial real estate professionals are experiencing increased growth and global demand for fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood and dairy, as well as pharmaceutical and chemical products. The “cold supply chain” plays an integral role in the successful implementation of meeting the increased demands.

CRE N Illinois

On the Corner: North & Clark

| Michael H. Zaransky

As a very young child, I remember going to the Plaza Hotel on the corner of Clark and North because my dad’s office was there. In fact, when my parents were first married in 1948, they lived in the hotel because my grandfather—my mom’s dad—owned the building. Eventually, my dad operated it for the family.

Finance N Illinois

IECA closes first Commercial PACE financing deal in Kane County

The Illinois Energy Conservation Authority NFP (IECA) announces, on behalf of the Kane Energy Efficiency Program (KEEP), that on November 4, 2019, it closed a commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing deal in Kane County, totaling $351,136. This transaction marks KEEP’s first C-PACE financed project.

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.

Finance N Illinois

IECA closes Illinois' first Commercial PACE financing deal

The Illinois Energy Conservation Authority NFP (IECA) closed the first commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing deal in Illinois on August 30, 2019, totaling $318,000. This transaction, which will fund a roof replacement and solar photovoltaic (PV) system in Wood Dale, Illinois, also marks the first solar C-PACE financed…

Industrial N Illinois

Keeping up with constant change

| Dan Benassi, SIOR

In today’s innovate or die commercial real estate market, it can be difficult to keep pace with constant change. The rate at which change takes place is consistently accelerating, so put on your seatbelt—there’s no breather from industry changes in sight.