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Retail N Illinois

JLL closes sale of three-building Lincoln Park portfolio

JLL has closed on the sale of The Halsted Collection, a three-building, 50,838-square-foot collection of assets located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, on behalf of Convexity Properties. The three properties were fully leased by retail and multifamily tenants at the time of the sale. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Multifamily i Ohio

Details unveiled at KTGY's Artistry project in Cincinnati

KTGY Architecture + Planning revealed details behind the design of Artistry Cincinnati, a 344-unit mixed-use development along the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati. Developed by Milhaus, the seven-story building at 601 E. Pete Rose Way is currently under construction, with delivery scheduled for late 2021.

CRE N Illinois

Dermody Properties hires Neal Driscoll as Midwest region partner

Dermody Properties, a national real estate investment, development and management company specializing in acquisitions and development of logistics properties, has hired Neal Driscoll as Midwest region partner. Based in the company’s Chicago office Driscoll is responsible for the company’s expanding portfolio across the Midwest including th…

Office W Minnesota

Kraus-Anderson corporate HQ wins Minneapolis BOMA award

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Minneapolis has honored Kraus-Anderson’s new corporate headquarters as Outstanding Building of the Year in the 100,000-square-foot to 249,999-square-foot category. BOMA’s “Toby Award” recognizes excellence in office building management.

Multifamily N Illinois

First look inside Wolf Point East

The first residents have taken residency at Wolf Point East, the 698-unit luxury apartment building going up at the confluence of the Chicago River. The project is a development of Hines, Wolf Point Owners LLC and the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust.

Industrial N Illinois

Oversupply concerns are overblown

| Matt Baker

Nearly 290 million square feet of industrial space came to market across the nation last year. A new report shows that these deliveries absorbed at strong rates, assuaging fears that the red-hot sector was in danger of overbuilding.