11 results for “RJW Logistics”
Industrial N Illinois

Duke Realty's Chicago team leases 860,296 SF in September

The Chicago office of Duke Realty Corporation signed five leases totaling 860,296 square feet in September in four of its properties. The transactions include two full-building leases of recently delivered spec buildings, a new lease and renewal that took another building to full occupancy and a new lease in another building.

Industrial N Illinois

No end in sight for speculative industrial

| Matt Baker

From this time last year until now, unemployment in Chicago is down and the number of construction jobs are up. The market downturn that many fear hasn’t yet reared its head. All of which means the historic run of speculative development in Chicago continues apace.

Industrial N Illinois

RJW Transport continues rapid growth in Chicago market

JLL announced a 416,504-square-foot lease for RJW Transport at 50 Southcreek Parkway in Romeoville, Illinois, making this the largest new lease in the I-55 Corridor this year. The deal symbolizes what has been a monumental year for the logistics and warehouse provider. In 2018 alone, RJW has taken nearly 1.2 million square feet of new space…

Industrial N Illinois

Some improvement in the I-55 Corridor

| Matt Baker

The Chicago metro industrial market remained strong last quarter. The 8.6 million square feet of new leasing activity during Q2 is the highest quarterly total since 2015 and the plummeting vacancy rate, which was down by an 23 basis points to 6.4 percent, is the lowest rate recorded since 2001.

Industrial N Illinois

A closer look at the I-55 Corridor

| Matt Baker

Chicago’s economic climate continued to trend upward throughout the first quarter of 2018, with unemployment down to 5.4 percent year-over-year, a 60-basis-points-drop. With this, the local commercial real estate engine continues to hum. And according to an Avison Young report, the I-55 Corridor is seeing a lot of that activity.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial infill still driving activity in Chicago market

| Matt Baker

Nationally and in Chicago, developers are turning to construction, innovation and technology to meet tenant demand for industrial product. According to Avison Young’s Q1 2018 market overview, the U.S. industrial market, all 12 billion square feet of it, ended the first-quarter of 2018 with an impressive five percent vacancy rate overall.