23 results for “Transwestern Investment Group”
Industrial N Illinois

Off market, 110,355-SF industrial building trades in Aurora

Transwestern Commercial Services brokered the off-market sale of 2350 Prospect Drive in Aurora, Illinois. The 110,355-square-foot property was purchased by Black Creek Group, a Denver-based real estate investment management firm. Executive vice presidents Justin Lerner and Joe Karmin provided acquisition services on behalf of Black Creek Group.

Industrial N Illinois

Chicago industrial activity up by 30%

| Matt Baker

The Chicago area remains a key industrial hub and target for investors, with the market experiencing a 30.4 percent increase in industrial sales activity year-over-year, through February 2019. Like many markets around the country, portfolio sales volume contributed to Chicago’s industrial velocity.

CRE N Illinois

SIOR Chicago chapter announces 16th annual chapter awards

The Chicago Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) recently presented the 16th Annual Chapter Awards. The program is designed to honor the organization’s prestigious Platinum Sponsors and SIOR members who completed transactions within the Chicago Chapter or with a Platinum Sponsor.

Industrial N Illinois

Venture One nabs Gurnee industrial asset

Venture One Real Estate—through its acquisition fund, VK Industrial IV, LP, a partnership between Venture One and Kovitz Investment Group—has closed on the acquisition of a 76,725-square-foot industrial building on 3.52 acres at 4012 Morrison Drive in Gurnee, Illinois. The property is currently vacant.

Industrial Midwest

John Coleman of Transwestern's Chicago market, talks real estate experience and keeping busy outside of work

| Stephanie Aguilar

John Coleman spent the early days of his career reporting for a suburban newspaper, a career eventually led him to the real estate business. How did that happen? The executive vice president and industrial lead for Transwestern’s Chicago market, who also happens to be the director of AIRE and SIOR, a sports fanatic and a religious education…

Hospitality b N Dakota

Transwestern: Making a success out of Dakota Landing

| Dan Rafter

The Bakken region of North Dakota is booming, what with rigs pulling a seemingly endless stream of oil from the earth here. And with a boom comes new residents both permanent and temporary. It’s easy to think that anytime a new hotel, supermarket or convenience store opens here, it will automatically succeed. But that’s not always the case.