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CRE X Missouri

USDA to fill 120,000 square feet in Kansas City region

The Kansas City Area Development Council and its partners announced that the Kansas City region will become the new home of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service (ERS) and National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). The USDA team is evaluating multiple Class-A office properties in Kansas and Missouri for its …

Multifamily N Illinois

Wheeling Town Center residences open

The ONE luxe apartments complex at Wheeling Town Center officially opened in Wheeling, Illinois. CallisonRTKL served as the architect, working in partnership with Wheeling Town Center’s developer, The Lynmark Group. The residences are phase I of a two-part Wheeling Town Center master plan.

Industrial Midwest

As online grocery sales grow, cold-storage demand heats up

| Dan Rafter

The demand for new distribution centers across the country has been well-documented: Consumers increasingly want their gym shoes, video games and flat-screen TVs delivered in one or two days. But the growth of online grocery sales has boosted demand for another kind of warehouse, cold-storage. And that demand is only expected to rise, accor…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Aaron Sklar

Since joining mid-market multifamily specialists Kiser Group in February 2015, Aaron Sklar, 31, has successfully completed transactions in excess of $110,000,000 on behalf of his clients as well as brokered the sale of over 1,900 units.

CRE V Michigan

NAI Wisinski helps church find new home in Grand Rapids market

Living Word Christian Center, an ecclesiastical organization, relocating to the Wyoming-Kentwood business corridor at 165 54th St. S.W. in Wyoming, Michigan, in the Grand Rapids market. This new location will meet the growth needs of the Living Word congregation and provide additional classroom and teaching space.

Office X Missouri

New amenities coming to iconic office building in downtown St. Louis

After more than $2.5 million in updates last year, St. Louis’ tallest high-rise, One Metropolitan Square, is adding several amenity upgrades. The downtown building’s lobby now boasts a 28-foot by 10-foot, 2,000-pound media wall with 112 LED panels. Construction will soon begin, too, on a 7,000-square-foot amenities lounge on the building’s …