81 results for “Romeoville”
Industrial N Illinois

The I-80 Corridor lags in big box leases

| Matt Baker

Chicago has seen a spate of large, spec industrial facilities tilt up in the past year. Now they’re leasing up. While big box projects throughout the region have begun to find users, the situation is a bit slower in the I-80/Joliet Corridor.

CRE N Illinois

Aviation-themed student center dedicated at Lewis University

Wight & Company joined students, faculty and administrators at Lewis University to celebrate the grand opening and dedication of a new 25,500-square-foot student center. The Brother James Gaffney, FSC Student Center will be a campus hub for students at the university’s Romeoville campus in Chicago’s western suburbs. This multi-level structu…

Industrial N Illinois

Venture One acquires 38k SF industrial building in Romeoville

Venture One Real Estate—through its acquisition fund, VK Industrial IV, LP, a partnership between Venture One and Kovitz Investment Group—has closed on the acquisition of a 38,235-square-foot industrial building on 3.75 acres located at 515 Anderson Drive in Romeoville, Illinois. The multi-tenant building is currently 74 percent leased to f…

Industrial N Illinois

Romeoville industrial building sells for $2.85 million

Lee & Associates has closed a $2.85 million sale transaction for a 37,720-square-foot industrial building located at 515 Anderson Drive in Romeoville, Illinois. Ryan Earley, vice president, with Jeff Galante and Terry Grapenthin, of Lee & Associates’ Illinois office, represented the buyer, Venture One Real Estate.

Industrial N Illinois

Romeoville industrial building sells for $8.9 million

Lee & Associates has closed an $8.9 million sale transaction for a 111,353-square-foot industrial building located at 101 Paragon Drive in Romeoville, Illinois. Jeff Galante and Terry Grapenthin, principals of Lee & Associates’ Illinois office, represented the buyer, Lakeview Realty Investors. Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller, Opu…

Industrial N Illinois

A closer look at the I-55 Corridor

| Matt Baker

Chicago’s economic climate continued to trend upward throughout the first quarter of 2018, with unemployment down to 5.4 percent year-over-year, a 60-basis-points-drop. With this, the local commercial real estate engine continues to hum. And according to an Avison Young report, the I-55 Corridor is seeing a lot of that activity.