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Multifamily N Illinois

Five winter don'ts for multifamily property managers

| Jack Devedjian

From frigid temperatures and piles of snow to burst pipes and icy sidewalks, danger can lurk around every corner of a Chicago apartment property during winter. But, with some advance planning and a focus on prevention, property managers can get through the winter season without incident.

Legal N Illinois

Crane & Norcross expands real estate tax team

Crane and Norcross, LLC, a Chicago-based real estate tax law firms, has appointed veteran attorney James P. Boyle to serve as the firm’s managing partner. The firm has also hired prominent real estate tax attorney Thomas J. Boyle as a partner, bringing over 50 years of collective experience and the brothers’ industry-leading capabilities to…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Josh Graham

| Matt Baker

Josh Graham, CPA, is a senior manager in the Chicago office of Wipfli. He works in the firm’s construction and real estate and private equity practices, with a specific focus on Qualified Opportunity Zones.

Office N Illinois

Chicago may be in a fix when it comes to flex office

| Matt Baker

Despite the recent struggles of a certain juggernaut provider, all expectations are that the coworking and flexible office segment will only flourish in the U.S. over the next decade. Some cities will see larger growth than others, however, and Chicago might not match the rate of expansion in other markets.

Office N Illinois

Turning the modern office on its side

| Matt Baker

For 25 years, Chicago was home to the world’s tallest building. Bigger is still better for today’s office tenants—just not necessarily taller. Looking to offer the large floor plates that users crave, one megadevelopment will incorporate something unique to the city: the sidescraper.

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.