173 results for “U.S. Economy”
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BMO Harris Bank’s Petrovski, Liautaud: Apartments still the top-performing asset class across Midwest

| Dan Rafter

New apartment towers continue to spring up in the urban areas – and suburbs – of the Midwest’s biggest cities. And two commercial finance pros with BMO Harris Bank – John Petrovski, managing director and head of U.S. commercial real estate, and Kim Liautaud, managing director in charge of the Chicago real estate lending team – said that dem…

CRE Midwest

Top trends for 2015

| Staff Writer

For this month’s Industrial Insider, I thought it would be interesting to outline some of the Top Trends for 2015 that have been predicted for commercial real estate (CRE). Summarized below are several of the trends shaping this and the next few years.

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Morrissey's view: Twin Cities hotel market stronger than ever

| Dan Rafter

Bill Morrissey has never seen a stronger hotel market in the Minneapolis/St. Paul market than the one he's working in now. This is good timing. St. Paul, Minn.-based Morrissey Hospitality Companies is developing a four-story Hilton Home2 Suites hotel in the suburb of Eagan, just east of the new Twin Cities Premium Outlets that opened here l…

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.

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The Economic Outlook for 2014-15

| Staff Writer

In an Interview with Bill Strauss, Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Elise Couston finds out how Strauss sees the economy as of the end of the second quarter, and going into 2015.