More than 200 results for “Senior Housing”
Retail N Illinois

Luxury haberdashery Syd Jerome doubles Loop footprint

In its second move in 26 years and third in its 60-year history, Syd Jerome, the luxury menswear store, has relocated to a 7,300-square-foot, two-level ground floor location at 20 N. Clark Street, an office tower in Chicago’s Central Loop. The move will provide twice the space of the retailer’s previous location.

Seniors Housing N Illinois

Walker & Dunlop expands with senior housing team in Chicago

Walker & Dunlop, Inc. has added a team of five property sales brokers in Chicago, expanding the company’s multifamily property sales platform to the Midwest. Managing directors Mark Myers and Josh Jandris and vice presidents Jordyn Berger, Alex Vice and Mike Surak are focused on originating and executing on the full continuum of senior hous…

CRE X Missouri

Community Builders of Kansas City names new CFO

Steve Weatherford has joined not-for-profit community development corporation Community Builders of Kansas City as chief financial officer. Elizabeth Schultz has also joined the Kansas City, Missouri-based organization as director of strategic initiatives and community development.

CRE V Michigan

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: Berkadia's Kevin Dillon

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame edition, featuring the most successful CRE pros in the region. This year, we are running those profiles online, too. This week, we feature Kevin Dillon, senior managing director of the Southfield, Michigan, office of Berkadia.

Retail N Illinois

The bank backfill: Sourcing retail tenants for vacant branches

| Matt Baker

This week, 44 bank branches throughout Chicagoland will shut down as a redundancy mitigation measure following Fifth Third Bank’s acquisition of MB Financial in March. Property owners will want to get a new tenant lined up as soon as possible, but there’s one issue: the only fitting tenants for these spaces are other banks.

Multifamily Midwest

Are high rents chasing younger adults from the city?

| Dan Rafter

What’s the biggest weakness of the multifamily market in the United States today? Brokers across the Midwest frequently point to the lack of affordable apartment units in their cities. The new apartment buildings rising throughout the region, they say, boast a slew of amenities and great locations in the heart of urban areas. But they also …