More than 200 results for “St. Louis”
Office X Missouri

JLL moves valuation services to key St. Louis building

Commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle is expanding its presence in downtown St. Louis with plans to move its valuation and advisory services division from Clayton, Missouri, to One Metropolitan Square, where the company’s brokerage, property management and project development services divisions are currently located.

Multifamily Midwest

Zumper: Apartment rents up in Knoxville, down in Madison

| Dan Rafter

Has demand finally caught up to supply in the apartment market? Maybe not quite yet. Zumper released its latest national rent report and found that the national one-bedroom rent grew 0.8 percent in November to $1,212, while the average two-bedroom rent jumped 0.5 percent to $1,430.

Legal Midwest

The legal loopholes of Opportunity Zones

| Matt Baker

Last year’s introduction of Opportunity Zones provides the potential to lift up impoverished areas while simultaneously giving tax benefits to investors. The finer points of how the program will actually work are starting to take shape, though it’s clear that there are several legal implications for participants looking to dive into this ne…

CRE N Illinois

John O'Neill joins H.W. Lochner

John O’Neill, PE joined H.W. Lochner as vice president and area manager for Illinois. Located in the firm’s Chicago office, he will be responsible for business development and overseeing area operations for Lochner’s Illinois design and construction engineering and inspection groups.

CRE Midwest

The Habitat Company hosts national day of service

Chicago-based multifamily developer and property manager, The Habitat Company, hosted its first annual day of service on Friday, Oct. 18. The firm coordinated its efforts with Feeding America member food banks, allowing Habitat team members to participate nationwide by volunteering in five cities where Habitat has operations.

CRE X Missouri

Tarlton executive named president of AGC of America

Dirk Elsperman, executive vice president and chief operating officer of St. Louis-based construction firm Tarlton Corp., will be sworn in as president of Associated General Contractors of America in April of 2019. When he takes office, Elsperman will become one of only four AGC principals from the bi-state area to lead the national organization.