18 results for “Standard Equipment Company”
CRE N Illinois

ACO Commercial arranges $14.8 million land sale near the United Center

Chicago-based ACO Commercial’s George Toscas has arranged the sale of a 2.8-acre land site located in Chicago’s West Loop on behalf of a private investor group. The property, which takes up almost an entire city block (bounded by Lake, Hoyne, Damen and Walnut) and is fully leased to Standard Equipment Company, sold to Realterm Logistics for…

CRE N Illinois

The suite smell of parking success

| Gorm Tuxen

Parking is an invaluable asset for developers and building owners. Well-designed and implemented parking resources increase any property’s value, while poorly conceived parking can undermine the same property. Fortunately for owners and developers, the parking industry is in the midst of a technology renaissance that is making parking more …

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Insider: The rise of data centers

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

This month, the Industrial Insider will explore the rise of data centers. As the property type continues to experience double-digit growth and we expect that this type of development will continue to expand well into the next decade.

CRE Midwest

Emerging e-commerce meets industrial real estate

| Staff Writer

A recent report by Prologis, the leading owner of industrial real estate globally, stated that the demand for industrial real estate has doubled over the last three years. It will continue to grow at a healthy clip, and 30 percent of U.S. industrial big-box demand is correlated to e-commerce.”

CRE Midwest

Midwest experts weigh in on CRE trends for 2015

| Staff Writer

With sales of Chicago-area apartments, hotels, retail, office and industrial properties on pace for the best year since the recession, Midwest real estate experts predict another banner year for commercial real estate in 2015 as new projects break ground and existing developments are brought to market.

CRE Midwest

SBA 504 loan program: Ideally suited for manufacturing businesses

| Staff Writer

For years, small businesses looking to grow and expand their operations have found a powerful and supportive ally in the Small Business Administration (SBA). Its SBA 504 loan program is designed to meet the needs of small businesses by providing access to attractively priced financing options not available through conventional sources.

CRE Midwest

Fifield Cos. delivers K2 two months ahead of schedule

| Staff Writer

Chicago-based Fifield Companies and national developer Wood Partners received a partial certificate of occupancy Feb. 7 for K2, a new 496-unit luxury apartment building in Chicago’s River West neighborhood, making it the first apartment tower to open in 2013.

CRE Midwest

The state of small business lending

| Staff Writer

The Small Business Administration recently finished its fiscal year, and it was a record year on most all accounts. During fiscal year 2012, more than $1 billion in SBA loans were approved for small businesses in the State of Illinois alone. This represents a substantial increase over 2011.

CRE Midwest

RhinoDox announces construction of new storage facility

| Staff Writer

Document-management company RhinoDox, currently handling document and data storage needs for hundreds of Chicago businesses, is announcing the construction of a new storage facility. The state-of-the-art space will meet the growing needs of its current and future customers.