144 results for “chicago real estate council”
CRE Midwest

Goldie B. Wolfe Miller Women in Real Estate Inititiative supports newly launched Urban Land Institute Chicago Women's Leadership Initiative

| Staff Writer

ULI Full member, Goldie B. Wolfe Miller, founder of the Goldie B. Wolfe Miller Women Leaders in Real Estate Initiative (GBWM Initiative), announced support of the Urban Land Institute Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) to promote ULI membership for all current GBWM scholars and alumnae and program assistance for ULI’s WLI efforts in Chicago.

CRE Midwest

IWIRE: More than an industrial focused organization

| B. Herron

In an interview with Chicago Industrial Properties, Founder & President of IWIRE, Christine Choi, and Susan Bergdoll, a member of IWIRE’s Advisory Council, shared why the organization is necessary and essential to the women of industrial real estate in Chicago.

CRE Midwest

Midwest experts weigh in on CRE trends for 2015

| Staff Writer

With sales of Chicago-area apartments, hotels, retail, office and industrial properties on pace for the best year since the recession, Midwest real estate experts predict another banner year for commercial real estate in 2015 as new projects break ground and existing developments are brought to market.

CRE Midwest

ULI announces 2014-2015 Jeffrey Kahan Fellowship recipients

| Staff Writer

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Foundation and the Chicago District Council of ULI have awarded the second annual Jeffrey Kahan Full Member Fellowship to Molly Ekerdt, Project Manager, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. and Collin McKenna, Director of Acquisitions, Golub & Company LLC.

CRE Midwest

Goldfish, e-Commerce and what will matter to most tenants

| Staff Writer

There is no denying how impactful recent technology has been on our daily lives, our purchasing decisions and our expectations. Seventy-four percent of consumers will wait 5 seconds for a web page to load on their mobile device before abandoning the site.

CRE Midwest

NGKF's Adam Marshall: Reputation, Respect, and Action

| B. Herron

Long before Adam Marshall became a Managing Director with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s industrial group, he worked in marketing when he was just out of college. A pivotal project early on involved analyzing how a large financial institution won and lost their prospective client pitches, and recommending strategies to enhance its presentatio…