28 results for “cip summit”
Industrial N Illinois

Five points of industrial analysis

| Matt Baker

Institutional investors, developers and users alike are drawn into the industrial vortex, an asset class outperforming all others as the economy continues to shift to on-demand everything. What’s in store for the remainder of 2019 and this development cycle?

Industrial N Illinois

A crossroads of possibilities exists at I-39 and I-80

| Matt Baker

Interstate 39 stretches over 300 miles, from Normal, Illinois to just outside Wausau in Wisconsin, skirting along the western edge of the Chicago metropolitan area. Depending on where you travel, the interstate has a variety of characteristics. And at the intersection of I-39 and I-80, a unique climate exists, ripe for new development.

Industrial N Illinois

Q&A with CenterPoint Properties' Brian McKiernan

| Matt Baker

Brian McKiernan has been with CenterPoint Properties since October 2006, where he coordinates, communicates and integrates development teams to maximize transaction volumes and land absorption. CenterPoint’s focused national strategy aids McKiernan, a senior vice president with the firm, in identifying and leveraging supply chain cost savin…

Industrial N Illinois

Going green with industrial means savings, more productive employees

| Dan Rafter

Think of green commercial building and what springs to mind? Apartment towers with rooftop gardens? How about office buildings equipped with low-flow toilets and energy-efficient windows? It's true that office buildings and multifamily projects make up a large portion of the LEED-certified commercial properties across the country. But it's …

Industrial Midwest

Chicago clinches third spot for strongest industrial market demand in this year's first quarter and now we know why

| Stephanie Aguilar

Booming, soaring, thriving—those are just a few adjectives to describe today’s record-breaking industrial sector. In fact, Chicago was recently ranked third strongest market in terms of demand for industrial space with absorption at 3.9 million square feet, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s national first quarter 2016 report.

CRE Midwest

Liberty Property Trust's Neal Driscoll

| B. Herron

The industrial market dynamics this year are very unique. Last year was a bit turbulent, according to Neal Driscoll, vice president and city manager at Liberty Property Trust, so speculative development was held relatively in check for both big box and multi-tenant construction.

CRE Midwest

CenterPoint's Jim Clewlow

| B. Herron

There are lots of exciting logistic and e-commerce trends occurring in the industrial sector which are creating tremendous opportunity. But clearly, low energy costs, low interest rates and a pro-business national political climate are combining to produce what looks to be a good run for all of us in the industrial real estate business for …

CRE Midwest

Bridge Development's Steve Groetsema

| B. Herron

Bridge Development Partners is staying busy as they are currently wrapping up construction of four speculative buildings in Chicago alone – two in McCook and two in Libertyville. They’re also preparing to break ground on two buildings in Waukegan this spring, according to Steve Groetsema, director of leasing and development at Bridge.

CRE Midwest

9 industrial projects delivering in 2015

| B. Herron

From Libertyville, Illinois, all the way up to Southeast Wisconsin, there has been a blazing hot construction craze since early 2014! According to industrial expert Grady Hamilton at Trammell Crow Company, the total square feet of projects coming out of the ground this year is over 15 million square feet--which I'm sure will be discussed a…