132 results for “commercial real estate forecast”
CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Major player, second city or a mix of both?

| Dan Rafter

LaTonya Ellis asked the big question during this month’s 18th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference: Is Chicago, the Midwest’s biggest city, still a major player in the commercial real estate world? Or does the city instead live up to its nickname as a second city, a lesser cog in the world of investment and development?

CRE N Illinois

The state of the Chicago market in 2020

| Matt Baker

Every year for the last 18 years, REjournals has hosted its annual kickoff conference, the Chicago Commercial Real Estate Forecast. It’s a massive event—the largest of its kind—but there’s always one must-see panel: The State of the Market.

CRE N Illinois

More than 900 CRE professionals pack the house for the 2020 Forecast

Last Thursday, January 9, REjournals hosted their annual Chicago Commercial Real Estate Forecast conference at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Considered by many in the industry to be the kickoff event of the year, the conference—now in its 18th year, attracted more than 900 CRE professionals for a day of networking and insight.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Coarse and strong and cunning

| Matt Baker

In Carl Sandburg’s lauded poem of his hometown, he describes a city that—beneath a veneer of sweat and soot and vulgarity—thrums with vitality and swagger, too ambitious to be wary of any roadblocks ahead. A century after Chicago’s publication, does this poem still depict its eponymous source?

Legal N Illinois

Forecast 2020: Real Estate Law

| Matt Baker

With past experience in the offices of the Illinois Attorney General and in Chicago’s Corporation Counsel, Jack George has helped to mold Chicago. Now a partner with Akerman, he is still shaping the city, though in more concrete terms, bringing zoning and legal consideration to numerous blockbuster developments.

Office N Illinois

Forecast 2020: Corporate Relocations

| Matt Baker

Paul Reaumond is the youngest professional to be named vice chairman in CBRE Chicago’s history. It’s a title well earned, as he has helped engineer numerous deals bringing high-profile corporate relocations to Chicago.

CRE Midwest

2020 Forecast: Gloor and Nieman to give their experts' view

REjournals is announcing the first names in what promises to be a blockbuster lineup for its 18th annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference being held on January 9, 2020 in the West Tower Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Andy Gloor of Sterling Bay and Drew Nieman of Riverside Investment & Development are headlining the newly a…

CRE Q Kentucky

Louisville Commercial Real Estate Summit a crowd-pleaser

| Dan Rafter

Louisville’s commercial real estate market is a strong one, with all the main sectors – multifamily, industrial, office and even retail – showing strength. That explains the big crowd – more than 150 CRE professionals – that filled the conference room at the Omni Hotel for REjournals.com’s and Midwest Real Estate News’ fourth annual Louisvi…

CRE V Michigan

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: Berkadia's Kevin Dillon

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame edition, featuring the most successful CRE pros in the region. This year, we are running those profiles online, too. This week, we feature Kevin Dillon, senior managing director of the Southfield, Michigan, office of Berkadia.

CRE N Illinois

NAIOP Chicago recognize three university students with scholarships

NAIOP Chicago has named three 2019-20 University Scholarship recipients. The three students from Michelle Manjarrez of DePaul University, Vincent Stoll of Marquette University and Marlon Taylor of Roosevelt University exemplify the commitment and innovation coming from the new generation of Chicago’s commercial real estate industry.

Multifamily i Ohio

Sputtering? Not Columbus' apartment market

| Dan Rafter

Finding an apartment in one of Columbus’ top neighborhoods? That’s not easy. For proof, look to the 2019 Columbus, Ohio, multifamily forecast report released by Marcus & Millichap. According to the report, Columbus’ apartment vacancy rates will remain among the lowest of major U.S. metropolitan areas throughout this year.