158 results for “bridge development partners”
Legal N Illinois

Bridge Development Partners hires first-ever general counsel

Bridge Development Partners has hired Daniel Hemmer as its first general counsel. Based in Bridge’s Chicago headquarters, Hemmer will oversee all of the firm’s legal functions, including real estate transactions, corporate and litigation. He will also be responsible for managing the company’s relationships with outside counsel and assuring …

Finance V Michigan

Walker & Dunlop closes $48 million loan for castle-themed apartments

Walker & Dunlop provided a $48.3 million bridge loan for The Grand Castle Apartments, a newly developed Class-A multifamily complex located in Grandville, Michigan, a suburb of Grand Rapids. Developed by Roger Lucas, a principal of Land & Co., The Grand Castle Apartments comprises 522 units and is modeled after the famed Neuschwanstein Cast…

Industrial N Illinois

Activity and demand hold steady at O’Hare

| Matt Baker

Through the third quarter of 2019, robust demand has continued to drive activity in Chicago’s overall industrial market. In the O’Hare area, the need for logistical, flex, as well as manufacturing space is keeping the submarket active.

CRE N Illinois

Property management best practices for 2019

| Matt Baker

Whether they are office, industrial, multifamily or retail, all commercial buildings have at least one thing in common. Without good property management, efficiency falters, occupant comfort declines and in the end, revenue plummets.

Industrial N Illinois

Largest O'Hare spec industrial project breaks ground

Bridge Development Partners has broken ground on Bridge Point Itasca, a three-building, 741,000-square-foot industrial project slated for delivery mid-2020. Chris Nelson and Jeff Janda, SIOR, principals of Lee & Associates’ Illinois office, represent Bridge in the marketing of this project.

Industrial N Illinois

Flat no more: Demand picks up in the I-55 corridor

| Matt Baker

Throughout 2017 and 2018, industrial activity in the I-55 corridor was relatively flat. The situation is much different so far this year, with nearly 2 million square feet of absorption in the submarket last quarter alone—the greatest quarterly demand in more than three years.