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CRE N Illinois

10 things property managers can do to increase ROI

| Diana Pittro

The multifamily industry is in constant change and more crowded than ever before with projects across all asset classes. To stay competitive, property managers must change with it. Here are 10 things property managers can do to provide increased value to owners and asset managers—and to add to the bottom line of their portfolios.

CRE W Minnesota

Big Brothers Big Sisters find new location in Minneapolis

Big Brothers Big Sisters Twin Cities (BBBS) finalized a real estate purchase last week that brings the nearly 100-year-old organization closer to realizing its vision for a youth development hub in North Minneapolis. The 18,266-square-foot property is located along Washington Avenue.

Industrial N Illinois

Five points of industrial analysis

| Matt Baker

Institutional investors, developers and users alike are drawn into the industrial vortex, an asset class outperforming all others as the economy continues to shift to on-demand everything. What’s in store for the remainder of 2019 and this development cycle?

Finance N Illinois

Old Town multifamily project a go with closing of funding round

New York-based Prodigy Network has closed the first round of equity funding for a seven-story multifamily building in the Old Town neighborhood, its inaugural project in Chicago. The $22 million raised will facilitate property acquisition and predevelopment costs for the project at 1400 N. Orleans Street, Old Town Residences, which moves to…

Net Lease N Illinois

Boulder Group arranges sale of Chicago MSA CVS property

The Boulder Group, a net-leased investment brokerage firm, has completed the sale of a single-tenant, net-leased CVS property located at 7929 North Avenue in River Forest, Illinois. A Midwest-based private partnership sold the property to a private investor in a 1031 tax exchange for $6,770,000.

Healthcare N Illinois

The outlook for outpatient could mean outrageous returns

| Matt Baker

The hospital’s monopoly on healthcare is coming to an end. These large institutions aren’t going anywhere, of course, but every year, more and more people receive treatment in medical office buildings (MOBs), retail centers and other off-campus facilities. And real estate investors have taken notice.