More than 200 results for “Rise Buildings”
Multifamily i Ohio

Lack of inventory only thing slowing Cincinnati apartment market

| Robert Merkt, Lee & Associates

The Cincinnati Apartment rental market continues to be robust with a strong appetite for units in the urban core and particularly in Cincinnati’s CBD. This trend has been ongoing for several years with conversions and new units coming online in the Over the Rhine neighborhood as well as the development at The Banks.

CRE i Ohio

Bellwether pros: CRE market keeps getting stronger in Northeast Ohio

| Dan Rafter

Jeff Musser and Taylor Hawkins, senior vice presidents with Bellwether Enterprise, know the Cleveland market. Both of these commercial finance pros work in Bellwether’s Cleveland office, and both are productive. Hawkins and Musser have each closed capital transactions totaling more than $1 billion.

Office N Illinois

The Rosemont revival: What’s behind the O'Hare office market boom?

| Steve Wright

Suburban millennials? Yes, they exist—and in fact, they like to work in the suburbs, too. Many people mistakenly assume that members of the millennial generation largely want to live in downtown areas. However, the generation that begins to turn 40 this year is more nuanced and geographically diverse than common assumptions would suggest.

CRE N Illinois

Know before you grow: Secrets of successful cannabis facilities

| Andy Poticha

As cannabis legalization sweeps the Midwest, demand for facilities to grow, process and sell cannabis products is skyrocketing. A shared concern in every state is product shortages; will there be enough cultivation facilities to provide product to the market? Therein lies the makings of a rush to market—and a building boom.

Multifamily W Minnesota

Apartments are really a people business

| Brent Rogers, Saturday Properties

There’s a challenge with apartment buildings: No matter how fresh and cutting edge they are when their doors open, there’s always a newer rival coming. That newer building might even rise next door, offering even more amenities and higher-end finishes.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Major player, second city or a mix of both?

| Dan Rafter

LaTonya Ellis asked the big question during this month’s 18th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference: Is Chicago, the Midwest’s biggest city, still a major player in the commercial real estate world? Or does the city instead live up to its nickname as a second city, a lesser cog in the world of investment and development?

Industrial N Illinois

The Cook County conundrum

| Matt Baker

A paradox of the local industrial market is that taxes and politics have made investors leery about acquiring assets in Cook County. At the same time, however, users absolutely need to be there because there’s no greater concentration in the Midwest of both consumers and good labor.

Office N Illinois

Trammell Crow signs tenant at Fulton Market tech incubator

Trammell Crow Company (TCC) has completed a deal with P33—an organization dedicated to transforming Chicago into a top-tier inclusive tech hub—as the first tenant at 1234 West Fulton Market. Occupying roughly half of the building, P33 will move into the 5,549-square-foot office space in January, signifying its official launch in Chicago.

CRE N Illinois

How concerning are mounting construction costs?

| Matt Baker

The bottom fell out of a lot of things following the 2008 market crash, including construction costs. Prices associated with nonresidential construction tapered off until about six years ago, when steady escalations took hold year after year. Will these increases hasten the finale of this record-long development cycle?