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18th Annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference
The Midwest is home to plenty of dead or dying shopping malls, indoor ghost towns that once buzzed with families dining at food courts, teens hanging at clothing stores and young couples holding their first dates at multiplex movie theaters. What went wrong with these dead malls? Why did the shoppers stop coming?
Lexington and its surrounding areas certainly saw better years than 2010. But at the same time, it could have been much worse. And many other markets in the Midwest and across the country did suffer through worse years.
Looking for signs that the Midwest's industrial real estate market is on the mend? The Colliers International 2010 Fourth Quarter report provides it.
Last year certainly won't go down as a banner year for commercial real estate. That doesn't mean, though, that big deals didn't get done. Just look at the big industrial deal that Michael Mullady and Jeff Lyons closed last year for CB Richard Ellis.
Closing deals is far from an easy task when the national economy is as sluggish as it is now. Justin Kaufmann, a senior associate with LANE4 Property Group in Kansas City, Mo., knows this. In Lane4's latest Orange Report -- the company's regular look at the commercial market in Kansas City -- Kaufmann provides his suggestions for closing th…
The Greater Chicago Food Depository has announced this year's finalists for the 23rd annual Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards dinner.
Expect rentals to continue to perform well not only in 2011 but beyond. There is plenty of evidence that the housing market’s struggles are far from over. And as long as the residential market is in the doldrums, the multi-family market will benefit.
In a stunning decision from an appellate court panel, Rahm Emanuel has been removed from the Chicago mayoral ballot
It was another successful year for Chicago's largest commercial real estate event. More than 850 professionals packed the room at the Chicago Marriott.
Charles Meyer, managing director of Columbus-based Red Mortgage Capital, warns that it's not wise to paint with a broad brush when you're talking about the health of commercial real estate segments across the Midwest. But Meyer did point to Minneapolis as one of the stronger markets in the Midwest, one that is doing especially well when it …