71 results for “South Street Capital”
Retail Midwest

Nimbler retailers turning to small-format stores for a boost

| Dan Rafter

The reactions when former retail king Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this month were predictable, with pundits pointing to the filing as more evidence that physical retail is dying. But not all retailers face the same fate as Sears. Many continue to adapt to the changing shopping habits of consumers.

Multifamily N Illinois

Avanth acquires two affordable multifamily properties for $72M

Avanath Capital Management, LLC has acquired two affordable multifamily properties totaling 668 units in the Chicago metro through an institutional fund, Avanath Affordable Housing III, for a combined total of $72.2 million. The properties include the 582-unit Hinsdale Lake Terrace in Willowbrook, Illinois and the 86-unit Drexel Court in Ch…

Finance N Illinois

Naperville multifamily property refinances with $36M loan

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) secured $36.08 million in financing on behalf of the partnership between Origin Investments and Randolph Street Realty Capital. The funds will go towards Iroquois Club Apartments, a once-fractured condominium property located in the western Chicago suburb of Naperville, Illinois.

Office N Illinois

Convene expands Chicago footprint with 50k SF Citadel Center lease

Flexible workplace and on-demand meeting services provider, Convene, will nearly double its footprint in the Chicago central business district with the opening of its second metro location at the Citadel Center, 131 S. Dearborn Street. The 50,000-square-foot, 15-year lease spans across the tower’s ground and second floors. Convene will mana…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Jeff Lizzo

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Jeff Lizzo, vice president of brokerage for STREAM Capital Partner's Chicago office. Lizzo works with private and institutional owners of net leased real estate and corporate owners who want to unlock value from their real estate via sale leaseback transactions.

Retail N Illinois

Anchors away: Are these malls in danger?

| Matt Baker

Ever since the mid to late 20th Century when modern malls were first developed, anchor tenants have controlled much about how these retail centers operate. Leveraging the foot traffic that they draw in, for example, anchors have historically enjoyed nominal rents that are a fraction of the per-square-footage rate that smaller, in-line tenants pay.