190 results for “World Group”
Office N Illinois

Inspiration as an office amenity? That’s the goal of Inspire TV

| Dan Rafter

Office buildings today often boast amenities that you’d normally associate with a high-end hotel or apartment building, everything from high-tech onsite fitness centers to yoga studios and dog parks. But one office building in Vernon Hills, Illinois, offers an amenity that’s rarer than all this: a huge video screen in the lobby that display…

Office N Illinois

Connect globally. Apply it locally

| Dan Smolensky

Meeting people through a global organization such as SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) is more than just having someone to call for lunch when visiting town. Though these friendships are certainly priceless, having a professional network around the world that you can draw on for best practices and market expertise is the true…

Industrial N Illinois

Midwest becoming a key player in e-commerce world

| Dan Rafter

Industrial tenants working in the e-commerce space demand one thing above all else: supply chain efficiency. As Michael Marconi, managing broker with Transwestern's industrial practice in Rosemont, Illinois, says, "E-commerce users want to be as close as possible to the customer. It's the 'last mile' factor."

CRE V Michigan

The early signs of a tech boom in CRE

| Staff Writer

While the real estate industry has generally not been an early adopter of new technologies, the last several years have been different—we have seen the beginning of a true tech boom in the industry.

Legal N Illinois

Commercial real estate attorneys staying busy during uncertain times

| Dan Rafter

Commercial real estate developers, investors and brokers are preparing for a new presidential administration. While no one knows yet what impact a Trump presidency will have on commercial real estate, one thing is certain: The commercial real estate attorneys who represent these pros will continue to be busy as investors and developers face…

Retail V Michigan

Relevant retailing: Staying ahead of the industry curve

| Staff Writer

With recessionary pressures an increasingly distant memory, the Michigan retail landscape is moving into a cycle of growth that this impacted less by the stresses of the late 2000s and more by the retail and development trends the state has seen emerge during the last five-plus years.