21 results for “United Airlines”
Office N Illinois

United Airlines reups at Chicago's Willis Tower

United Airlines has renewed its lease in Willis Tower, which will keep the world’s second-most profitable airline in the noted high-rise until at least 2033. The news comes after a year-and-a-half search that saw the company considering riverfront megadevelopments for a new headquarters location.

Office N Illinois

Salesforce Tower coming to Chicago, bringing 1,000 employees with it

San Francisco-based Salesforce is expanding its Chicago footprint, and will take naming rights on the last project in the Wolf Point Development when Salesforce Tower Chicago is completed. The software and cloud computing firm, which currently employs more than 1,400 in Chicago, aims to add 1,000 new jobs locally over the next five years.

Industrial N Illinois

Rockford turns its focus toward high-tech manufacturing

| Matt Baker

Rockford and the I-39 Corridor have a long and interesting manufacturing history. In the 1850s, one of the first companies to establish in the area was J. H. Manny & Co., a manufacturer of wheat reapers. The company would later be embroiled in a high-profile legal case with McCormick Harvesting Machine Company that would involve future pres…

CRE N Illinois

Mortenson announces leadership promotion in Chicago

Mortenson, a U.S.-based, top-20 builder, developer and provider of energy and engineering services, has promoted Andy Stapleton to general manager of its Chicago office. Stapleton will work with Mortenson senior vice president Greg Werner in overseeing local operations for the company.

CRE Midwest

Chicago slowly, but steadily, increasing construction activity

| B. Herron

Although not as strong as the robust economic recoveries experienced in Texas and along the West Coast, Mathew R. Dougherty, P.E., executive vice president and regional manager –Midwest at McShane Construction Company, says Chicago and the Midwest Region has experienced a slow, but steady increase in construction activity over the past 12 months.

Retail P Kansas

NAI Martens' Johnson: Wichita is diversifying

| Dan Rafter

Municipal and business leaders in Wichita have learned an important lesson: The city can't rely solely on the aviation and aerospace businesses. That's why city leaders today are working to attract a diverse group of businesses to the city, everything from technology firms to healthcare providers to financial institutions. Midwest Real Esta…

CRE i Ohio

What does the future hold for Cleveland's Hopkins International Airport?

| Dan Rafter

No one can argue that United Airlines' decision to eliminate Cleveland's Hopkins International Airport as one of its hubs is good for the city. The move will dramatically reduce the number of flights at Hopkins and eliminate about 470 jobs. But there is some hope at the airport. United's decision has provided opportunities for other airlines.