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Children’s Medical Properties, LLC has choosen PREMIER Design + Build, LLC to direct the construction of a state-of-the-art pediatric medical office building. Children’s Medical Group will occupy this 5,118-square-foot facility and will focus on the health and well-being of children in McHenry County, Illinois, and surrounding areas. The p…
Sometimes you have to wait for a project. Just ask St. Louis-based HDA Architects.
Husch Blackwell attorneys Doug Stone and David Richardson have learned a lot about streetcars and trolleys. They can tell you why a streetcar isn't the same thing as a cable car and why a trolley isn't the same thing as a trolley coach. Richardson and Stone aren't trolley buffs. The attorneys learned their streetcar trivia through hard work…
Construction began this summer for one of the largest industrial projects to break ground in the United States this year, with an expected delivery in July.
Pratt Industries, America's leading 100 percent recycled paper-packaging company, announced that it has selected Beloit’s Gateway Business Park as the location for the company's new 350,000 SF corrugated box plant.
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.
Chicago-based Fifield Companies and its joint-venture partner, Houston-based Wood Partners, have announced that Georgetown Co. has purchased the 496-unit Class A luxury apartment development K2 Apartments for $214.25 million.
Groundbreaking ceremonies held at 3060 N. Milwaukee Ave. on Wednesday, Oct. 29 signal the start of construction on a project that will provide affordable, barrier-free housing for area residents with mobility and sensory impairments.
In an interview with Chicago Industrial Properties, Steve Karlson, Senior Property Manager at NAI Hiffman, shared why he entered the commercial real estate business, and why he's remained after 12 years.
Browning/Duke Realty, a joint venture between the two Indianapolis-based commercial real estate developers, will build a new 936,510-square-foot building in AllPoints Midwest, its industrial development southwest of Indianapolis just off Interstate-70 near Indianapolis International Airport in Plainfield, Ind.
Brokers and officials from commercial real estate firm Next Realty, which operates a busy office in Chicago, are in Las Vegas this week to attend the International Council of Shopping Centers' RECon, the biggest convention serving the brokers, developers and managers who build, operate and lease space at shopping centers across the globe.
What Chicago-area neighborhoods are attracting the greatest number of tech startups? Rob Maxwell, a researcher with CompStak, breaks the numbers down.
Patrick Minea, senior vice president and managing director of NorthMarq Capital's Minneapolis-based regional office, secured refinancing of $17.4 million for Park Meadows Apartments and Fair Oaks Apartments in the Minneapolis market.
Kelly Gray, vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle, recently spoke to Chicago Industrial Properties about the Chicago industrial real estate sector’s performance in 2013 and what to expect in the year ahead.
Detroit has been a city of firsts. And now it's time for the city to realize its full potential, according to guest author Richard Broder from Broder & Sachse.
How might inflation impact the costs of your construction project? Two guest writers from Leopardo Companies examine the issue in this column.
Build-to-suits remain the trend in the greater Chicago-area industrial market, despite the reemergence of speculative construction.
Louisville's industrial market will look a lot different in the next 24 months. That's because developers have targeted the city in a big way.
In 2012, the Chicago industrial market witnessed the most demand for industrial space it has seen in five years, and industry observers are predicting this momentum will continue into 2013.