More than 200 results for “Value City”
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.

Office N Illinois

Turning the modern office on its side

| Matt Baker

For 25 years, Chicago was home to the world’s tallest building. Bigger is still better for today’s office tenants—just not necessarily taller. Looking to offer the large floor plates that users crave, one megadevelopment will incorporate something unique to the city: the sidescraper.

Industrial N Illinois

The rising value of close-in distribution space

| Amy Binstein

Once thought of largely as opportunities for conversion to residential lofts and open offices, the close-in urban warehouse is having a resurgence in popularity. Accelerating growth of e-commerce and rising demand from consumers for next-day delivery has highlighted the need for companies to locate warehouses and distribution centers close …

Multifamily N Illinois

Did Chicago just deep-six deconversions?

| Matt Baker

Chicago’s City Council has passed a resolution to increase the voting threshold on condo deconversions. Now, any building looking to switch from condo to rental will need the assent of 85 percent of the condo owners, instead of the 75 percent threshold that previously held true.

CRE N Illinois

33 Realty names Sean Connelly principal

Sean Connelly has been named principal at 33 Realty. A foremost expert in multifamily, Connelly works with owners, converters and investors to achieve investment goals. His success is reflected in career transactions valued at $400 million plus.

CRE N Illinois

Autonomous cars on a crash course with the real estate industry

| Michael Zaransky

You stroll out of your house in the countryside, hop into the self-driving car you ordered and settle in with your coffee and your laptop, not worrying about the fact that it will take you an hour or more to get to work. Though it sounds futuristic, this scenario could become a reality within the next decade.

CRE X Missouri

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: Block & Company's Friedman

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News publishes its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, honoring the most successful industry pros in the Midwest. This year, we are running those profiles online, too. Today, we look at the career of Jay Friedman, senior vice president with Kansas City, Missouri-based Block & Company, Inc., Realtors.

CRE N Illinois

Papa Bear would approve: Chicago Bears unveil Halas Hall expansion

Just in time for their 100th anniversary, The Chicago Bears unveiled the expansion and renovation at Halas Hall in Lake Forest, Illinois. This includes a 162,500-square-foot football operations addition to the already existing 143,000-square-foot facility and a 30,600-square-foot remodeling project on the northeast side of the building. HOK…

CRE N Illinois

Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

| Matt Baker

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation and investor activity.

CRE N Illinois

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: Quantum's Chad Firsel

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, honoring the top CRE pros from across the Midwest. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. Today, we look at the busy career of Chad Firsel, president of Quantum Real Estate Advisors in Chicago.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Anthony Farella

As a vice president at North Wells Capital, Anthony Farella assists with the company’s commercial real estate investment and development activities. Since joining the firm in 2016 he has helped grow, manage and add value to a portfolio of commercial assets in both the River North neighborhood of Chicago as well as in Milwaukee.

Office N Illinois

GSF opens tenth innovation center In Chicago's West Loop

Irvine, California-based Golden State Foods (GSF) unveiled their newest office space and Innovation Center in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood. The space features product development workstations and was designed to be a food innovation hub as well as to replicate full-scale plant production systems for efficient commercialization.