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Legal X Missouri

Hall of Fame Profile: Thompson Coburn's Crystal Kennedy

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News publishes its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the most talented CRE pros in our region. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. Today, we look at the career of Crystal Kennedy, partner with the St. Louis office of law firm Thompson Coburn.

Legal X Missouri

Stinson grows its practice in St. Louis area

Law firm Stinson Leonard Street LLP and St. Louis intellectual property firm Senniger Powers LLP will combine their practices in October. The combination will strengthen Stinson’s St. Louis presence and expand its intellectual property practice.

CRE X Missouri

St. Louis' Knoebel Construction hires project manager

Jesse Schilligo has joined St. Louis-based Knoebel Construction as project manager. Schilligo is responsible for managing construction of select Knoebel Construction retail projects, including tenant build-outs and large retail developments in St. Louis and nationally.

CRE X Missouri

CBRE names SVP in St. Louis office

CBRE has hired John Sheehan as a senior vice president in the company’s St. Louis office. He will join CBRE’s Occupier Transaction & Advisory Services team for Global Workplace Solutions. Sheehan spent 11 years running CBS Radio - St. Louis, including local radio giant, KMOX.

CRE X Missouri

St. Louis' Bryne & Jones adds to project manager roster

Brendan Dobbs has joined Byrne & Jones Construction’s growing team of project engineers for its asphalt division. Byrne & Jones is a diversified St. Louis civil site contractor serving clients through six divisions – concrete, sports, asphalt, soil stabilization, marine and micro-surfacing.

Office Midwest

Big split between suburban and urban office market?

| Dan Rafter

The office sector throughout the Midwest is steady these days, with moderate vacancy rates in most markets. But that doesn’t mean that the sector is stronger in certain areas than in others. In many of the Midwest’s biggest markets, the office sector is performing far stronger in the suburbs than in the city, despite the headlines trumpetin…