More than 200 results for “Related Rentals”
Multifamily N Illinois

Lake Point Tower residents fight back against deconversion

Chicago’s historic Lake Point Tower has taken steps that are meant to ensure that the building remains permanently owner occupied and will not be deconverted to apartments. The Lake Point Tower Condominium Association (LPTCA) board, as well as a supermajority of unit owners, recently adopted two amendments to prevent the building from being…

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.

CRE N Illinois

Clear Height Properties hires Kurt Angst, promotes Rick Nevarez

Clear Height Properties has named Kurt Angst to the position of director of property management while also promoting Rick Nevarez to director of acquisitions and leasing as the firm continues to grow and expand its presence in the Chicago metro area through strategic new acquisitions. The announcement was made by Dominic Sergi, CEO and pres…

Industrial N Illinois

The rising value of close-in distribution space

| Amy Binstein

Once thought of largely as opportunities for conversion to residential lofts and open offices, the close-in urban warehouse is having a resurgence in popularity. Accelerating growth of e-commerce and rising demand from consumers for next-day delivery has highlighted the need for companies to locate warehouses and distribution centers close …

CRE N Illinois

Waterton Hires Stella Pappas as VP of investor relations

Waterton, a national real estate investor and operator, has hired Stella Pappas as a vice president of investor relations on the firm’s Chicago-based investor relations team. With over 15 years of real estate investment, acquisition and asset management experience, she will help manage the firm’s investor and consultant relations and develo…

Multifamily N Illinois

Did Chicago just deep-six deconversions?

| Matt Baker

Chicago’s City Council has passed a resolution to increase the voting threshold on condo deconversions. Now, any building looking to switch from condo to rental will need the assent of 85 percent of the condo owners, instead of the 75 percent threshold that previously held true.