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CRE W Minnesota

Minneapolis CRE market bringing in outside investors, plenty of activity

| Dan Rafter

Steady might be the best way to describe the commercial real estate industry in Minneapolis and St. Paul, with all the major commercial sectors showing at least some positive signs. But steady might not be the most appropriate description for two of the sectors here. The industrial and multifamily sectors? The word “booming” is more appropr…

Retail P Kansas

Academy Bank opens new location in Overland Park

Academy Bank, a full-service community bank and wholly owned subsidiary of Dickinson Financial Corp., opened its newest retail banking center in Overland Park, Kansas. The new branch — located at 6976 W. 135th St. — expands Academy Bank’s footprint in Johnson County.

Student Housing W Minnesota

Opus starts building first-year residence hall in St. Paul

The Opus Group has begun construction on a first-year residence hall at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, that will include 480 beds for incoming students. The five-story building will be located in the upper quadrant of the St. Paul campus and offer pods of double occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom area. The entire h…

Retail N Illinois

Fashion retailer Primark signs lease for location in Chicago's Loop

The Georgetown Company, a New York-based developer and owner of commercial, retail and mixed-use properties, has signed a lease with Primark for 35 N. State Street in Chicago. Primark will take over the entire 45,000-square-foot building and will trade from 36,200 square feet of retail space over three levels. The lease—which paves the way …

Multifamily Midwest

The multifamily juggernaut? It's showing no signs of a slowdown

| Dan Rafter

No signs of a slowdown. That’s the takeaway from Yardi Matrix’s recently released April multifamily report, which shows that monthly apartment rents across the country are continuing their steady rise. As the report says, “There seems to be no reason to think the multifamily juggernaut is going to hit the pause button.”