More than 200 results for “Value City”
CRE X Missouri

Meeting the challenges, embracing the opportunities in St. Louis

| Staff Writer

St. Louis has long served as a crossroads for American industry with traditional manufacturing driving its economy through many periods of growth. Now in the digital age this metropolitan region in the center of the nation’s heartland finds itself at its own crossroads: embracing a future powered by new tech‐focused industries while sheddin…

Multifamily W Minnesota

The suburban apartment market is stronger than you think

| Staff Writer

Many real estate experts predicted that the multifamily market would run out of steam three years ago, and some are now saying they expect to see apartments take a dive next year. They were wrong in 2013, then again in 2014 and again in 2015. And the weight of evidence is against them in 2016.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial users turning more often to corporate real estate services

| Dan Rafter

AJR Filtration has operated a manufacturing facility in St. Charles, Illinois, since 2001. But as the company, a manufacturer of custom filters used in medical equipment and liquid processing, continued to grow, it needed more space. The challenge? AJR wanted to expand, but it didn't want to move far enough away from its St. Charles home to…

CRE X Missouri

Public-private partnerships gain ground as innovative solution for funding real estate development projects

| Staff Writer

Federal, state and local government agencies have significant real estate needs, including the necessity of repairing and replacing aging infrastructure and utilities. But these agencies are finding it increasingly challenging to find the funding to pay for the development of their properties. As a solution, public-private partnerships (P3s…

Multifamily N Illinois

Turning condos into apartments can make good money for developers, investors … if they avoid the pitfalls

| Dan Rafter

David Bloomberg has seen the trend: Developers and investors are eagerly seeking to acquire condo buildings and turn them into apartments. This de-conversion trend is taking hold across the Midwest, and developers and investors stand to earn plenty of dollars from it. But Bloomberg, principal at Chicago law firm Chuhak & Tecson, says that c…