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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?

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State Street that great street? Chicago Loop Alliance and Site Design Group will release first plan for the retail corridor in over 30 years

Chicago Loop Alliance is producing a State Street Corridor Plan, to be released in fall 2020. Urban design and architecture firm Site Design Group, Ltd. was selected from a competitive pool of applicants to create the plan, which will include recommendations on character, aesthetics and infrastructure; public space; transportation and mobil…

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Chicago Design Network and Agency Brand Studio announce joint venture

Chicago Design Network and Agency Brand Studio today announced a joint venture that will offer a one-stop shop for design and branding services. The unification will build on more than three decades of inspiring business architecture and recent collaborations between the two firms as the partnership focuses on delivering thoughtful architec…

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Huron renews 134,000-SF HQ lease in West Loop

Colliers International’s David Burden and Michael Marrion represented global professional services firm Huron in its 134,000-square-foot headquarters lease restructure and renewal at Union Tower located at 550 W. Van Buren Street in Chicago.

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$3 million land sale proof that West Loop still booming

The 41,796-square-foot land site located at 2123-2147 W. Madison Street in Chicago’s Near West Side sold after less than three months on the market. Scott R. Maesel and Adam Thomas of SVN Chicago Commercial represented the seller in the transaction. The land, currently zoned to permit 104 units, sold for $3,100,000 to an all-cash buyer.

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The unstoppable Fulton Market

| Matt Baker

No office submarket in Chicago—and arguably in the country—has seen an ascension over the past decade quite like Fulton Market’s. For those wondering if the winds of change might be coming, all the flags are starched and pointing toward unrelenting, unwavering progress.