More than 200 results for “clybourn corridor”
Retail N Illinois

CBRE brokers $21M sale of Oakbrook Terrace shopping center

CBRE recently brokered the sale of 22nd Street Plaza, a 176,164-square-foot retail property at 17W734 22nd Street in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. George Good and Christian Williams of CBRE represented the owner, Kimco Realty Corp. A California-based private investor acquired the property for $21 million.

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.

Industrial N Illinois

The I-80 Corridor lags in big box leases

| Matt Baker

Chicago has seen a spate of large, spec industrial facilities tilt up in the past year. Now they’re leasing up. While big box projects throughout the region have begun to find users, the situation is a bit slower in the I-80/Joliet Corridor.

CRE N Illinois

Offshore, the largest rooftop deck in the country, headed to Navy Pier

The nation’s largest rooftop venue is coming to Chicago’s iconic Navy Pier this month. Offshore, a 36,000-square-foot, all-weather venue will feature a full-service bar, kitchen, terraces, seven fire pits, an entertainment and gaming area and multiple large social gathering spaces. The venue is scheduled to open around Memorial Day.

Office V Michigan

Newmark Knight Frank: Detroit office market surging

| Dan Rafter

Demand for office space in Detroit continues to rise. The proof? The office vacancy rate in the metropolitan Detroit area fell 30 basis points to 15.2 percent during the first quarter of the year, according to the latest research from Newmark Knight Frank.

Industrial N Illinois

There’s no stopping the ever-growing warehouse

| Matt Baker

If Gulliver were to travel through modern America’s real estate landscape, he might note the Lilliputian market share of the retail sector—and the corresponding Brobdingnagian nature of warehouse and logistic facilities. And it’s not just market share as industrial buildings themselves grow in size every year.