128 results for “Ridge Development”
CRE c Nebraska

Three questions with ... NorthMarq's John Reed

| Dan Rafter

There’s something about Omaha. This market remains one of the steadiest in the Midwest, with brokers closing a solid number of big deals each year and new companies flocking to the city’s downtown core and surrounding neighborhoods. What’s behind Omaha’s success? That’s what we asked John Reed, senior vice president and managing director of…

CRE N Illinois

Wight & Company completes net zero recreation center in Plainfield

Chicago-based integrated design and delivery firm Wight & Company has completed the Prairie Activity and Recreation Center (PARC) for the Plainfield Park District. Designed as a net zero facility, the 37,000-square-foot building in southwest suburban Plainfield, Illinois is projected to be the first building of its kind to achieve the Passi…

CRE N Illinois

Eisenberg Foundation names winner in Midwest Real Estate Challenge

On Saturday, April 6 at the Standard Club, student groups from eight universities competed at the ninth annual Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation Real Estate Challenge for top honors and $10,000 in scholarships. Marquette University’s proposal, The Connect: a revitalization of life and play in Chicago Ridge, impressed the judges, along with the…

CRE N Illinois

Q&A: Tim Anderson of Focus

| Matt Baker

Tim Anderson is CEO and founder of Focus, a Chicago-based firm that delivers development, construction and consulting services. He got his start in commercial real estate over 40 years ago and since then has been a trailblazer for industry diversification.

Retail N Illinois

Joint venture to energize Burr Ridge Village Center following purchase

Edwards Realty Company, which owns several popular outdoor lifestyle and mixed-use centers, and Core Acquisitions, which has a successful track record of acquiring and repositioning commercial real estate assets in the retail, office, industrial and multifamily property sectors, have entered into in a joint venture to revitalize the Burr Ri…

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.