29 results for “Rider Levett Bucknall”
CRE W Minnesota

Kraus-Anderson donates $50,000 to Minnesota organizations

The Kraus-Anderson Community Foundation on Nov. 12 presented $50,000 to two beneficiaries of the 2018 Kraus-Anderson Bike Duluth Festival, whose profits support community organizations that make Duluth, Minnesota, a better place for its residents and visitors. Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) and the Gary New Duluth Development Alli…

CRE N Illinois

Six factors for a successful public-private partnership

| Guy Smith

In June, the Chicago Infrastructure Trust announced a high-profile partner had come aboard one of the city’s most anticipated projects, an express rail line connecting downtown and O’Hare International Airport. The Boring Company—headed by the decidedly not-boring Elon Musk, of Tesla and SpaceX fame—was selected from a group of four firms t…

CRE N Illinois

Counting cranes: construction costs and confidence

Construction costs are rising, but that hasn’t stopped new development as the North American crane count has reached a new peak. Chicago and five other cities—of the 13 cities sampled in Rider Levett Bucknall’s (RLB) latest tally—are holding steady from the July report, while five cities show an increase in counts and only two have indicate…

CRE Midwest

Transwestern's John Coleman: Let’s give the roads back to business

| Stephanie Aguilar

The Kennedy Expressway between the Edens and downtown was recently named the most congested roadway in the country. Traffic agita in Chicago is as inherent to our culture as Italian beef or disappointing quarterbacks, so this news comes as no surprise to anyone who lives and works in the area. But thanks to evolving real estate, transporta…

CRE Midwest

C.A.R.'s Hugh Rider: A man of his word

| B. Herron

Hugh Rider literally grew up in the business of real estate. In 1932, his grandfather, Oscar Sehnert, worked as an employee and acquired the business, Realty & Mortgage Co., which was founded in 1906. Rider’s father, Harold, later took over the company from his father-in-law. Rider said real estate always “called” him, and he began working …