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Hospitality Midwest

Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska buck Midwest hotel slowdown

| Dan Rafter

The hotel business has been a bit sluggish lately throughout the upper Midwest. But three states – Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin – bucked the trend, all seeing solid occupancy gains during the year ending in the second quarter of 2018, according to the latest research from Marcus & Millichap.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Jared Larson

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Jared Larson, vice president of asset management and investment at Sterling Bay. Since joining Sterling Bay in 2014, Larson has worked in a broad spectrum of the industry, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, capital markets, asset management and development. His effor…

Industrial v Wisconsin

Meridian wraps 307,000-square-foot spec project in Wisconsin

| Dan Rafter

The Milwaukee market remains a hot one for industrial, as the area’s central location makes it a perfect spot for companies that need to ship products across the country quickly. Need more proof? Meridian Design Build believes enough in the strength of this market to have recently added another major spec industrial facility to the area.

CRE v Wisconsin

Slow-growth city no more: Milwaukee CRE activity soaring

| Dan Rafter

It's not just downtown Milwaukee that's seeing a boom in commercial real estate leases, sales and development, it's all of the city and suburbs. Not only that, all of Southeastern Wisconsin is firmly in boom mode today when it comes to commercial real estate activity.