128 results for “Sterling Bay”
CRE N Illinois

Sterling Bay launches philanthropic effort, SB Cares

Chicago-based real estate investment and development firm Sterling Bay launched SB Cares, a new philanthropic initiative that will bring together local members of the community and Sterling Bay employees to identify groups and organizations that focus on creating new opportunities for growth, whether individual or community-oriented. The in…

Finance N Illinois

JLL arranges $61M financing for new Hyatt House hotel in Chicago

JLL arranged a $61 million refinancing for Hyatt House Fulton Market, a 200-room, newly constructed hotel in Chicago’s Fulton Market District. JLL worked on behalf of the borrower, a partnership between Sterling Bay and Wheelock Street Capital, to place the five-year, floating-rate loan with Argentic Real Estate Investments LLC. Loan procee…

CRE N Illinois

Sterling Bay strengthens life sciences division with new hire

Chicago-based real estate development and investment firm Sterling Bay has hired Catherine E. Vorwald as its first director of life sciences. The new role signals a continued investment in diversifying the firm’s portfolio through strategic acquisition and development of state-of-the-art research labs to capitalize on the high demand for mo…

CRE N Illinois

Sterling Bay boosts commitment to diversity with hire of Keiana Barrett

Seeking to enhance and expand the it’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA), Sterling Bay has appointed Keiana Barrett as its first director of diversity and strategic development. Barrett will lead Sterling Bay’s efforts to develop and implement strategic programs that forge a diverse, inclusive community, cu…

CRE N Illinois

Clayco architecture firms LJC and BatesForum to merge

| Matt Baker

Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC), a subsidiary of Clayco, will combine with Clayco-owned BatesForum, creating one architecture firm of more than 240 professionals in five offices. Lamar Johnson will head up the new organization, which will continue to be known as LJC and based in Chicago.