More than 200 results for “US Capital Development”
Finance i Ohio

Three questions with ... Bellwether's Chad Hyland

| Dan Rafter

Chad Hyland, associate vice president in the Cincinnati office of Bellwether Enterprise, has more than 10 years of experience in commercial real estate finance. He’s also a proud resident of the Cincinnati area, having earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. Midwest Real Estate News asked Hyland three big questions a…

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Major player, second city or a mix of both?

| Dan Rafter

LaTonya Ellis asked the big question during this month’s 18th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference: Is Chicago, the Midwest’s biggest city, still a major player in the commercial real estate world? Or does the city instead live up to its nickname as a second city, a lesser cog in the world of investment and development?

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Coarse and strong and cunning

| Matt Baker

In Carl Sandburg’s lauded poem of his hometown, he describes a city that—beneath a veneer of sweat and soot and vulgarity—thrums with vitality and swagger, too ambitious to be wary of any roadblocks ahead. A century after Chicago’s publication, does this poem still depict its eponymous source?

CRE c Nebraska

Three questions with ... NorthMarq's John Reed

| Dan Rafter

There’s something about Omaha. This market remains one of the steadiest in the Midwest, with brokers closing a solid number of big deals each year and new companies flocking to the city’s downtown core and surrounding neighborhoods. What’s behind Omaha’s success? That’s what we asked John Reed, senior vice president and managing director of…

CRE Midwest

Bellwether CRE pros: Expect plenty of deals, construction in 2020

| Dan Rafter

Commercial real estate activity remains strong throughout Northeast Ohio and in the Cleveland market. How strong? Midwest Real Estate News spoke with Jeff Musser and Taylor Hawkins, senior vice presidents in the Cleveland office of Bellwether Enterprise, about the strength of the commercial real estate market in this part of the state. Thes…

CRE O Indiana

Colliers' Cantu: Booming industrial, steady office keeping Indianapolis strong

| Dan Rafter

As executive vice president for capital markets in the Indianapolis office of Colliers International, Alex Cantu understands just how strong the commercial real estate market is in Indianapolis. We spoke to Cantu about this, focusing especially on the strength of the region’s booming industrial market and its steady office sector. Here is s…

Legal N Illinois

Bridge Development Partners hires first-ever general counsel

Bridge Development Partners has hired Daniel Hemmer as its first general counsel. Based in Bridge’s Chicago headquarters, Hemmer will oversee all of the firm’s legal functions, including real estate transactions, corporate and litigation. He will also be responsible for managing the company’s relationships with outside counsel and assuring …

CRE O Indiana

A slowdown brewing in Indianapolis? There are no signs

| Dan Rafter

There have been few signs of a slowdown in the Indianapolis commercial real estate market. In fact, sales, leases and new construction in this key Midwest city all remain strong. Why? To find out, Mdwest Real Estate News spoke to David Funke, managing director with the Indianapolis office of CBRE. Here’s what he had to say.

Industrial Midwest

Prologis to acquire Liberty Property Trust for $12.6B

Prologis and Liberty Property Trust have entered into a definitive merger agreement by which Prologis will acquire Liberty in an all-stock transaction, valued at approximately $12.6 billion, including the assumption of debt. The board of directors of Prologis and the board of trustees of Liberty have each unanimously approved the transaction.

Finance N Illinois

Mag Mile Capital completes $12.5M bank loan for R&R Global Partners

Mag Mile Capital closed a $12,500,000, seven-year, fixed-rate, 73 percent LTV, limited-recourse loan on behalf of Bryan Rishforth and Philadelphia-based firm, R&R Global Partners. Located in the near northwest suburb of Lincolnwood, Illinois at 6850 McCormick Boulevard, the subject property is anchored by Walmart’s new online grocery and co…

Finance N Illinois

IECA closes Illinois' first Commercial PACE financing deal

The Illinois Energy Conservation Authority NFP (IECA) closed the first commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing deal in Illinois on August 30, 2019, totaling $318,000. This transaction, which will fund a roof replacement and solar photovoltaic (PV) system in Wood Dale, Illinois, also marks the first solar C-PACE financed…