More than 200 results for “commercial real estate news”
CRE N Illinois

The Goldie Initiative sets leadership for 2020

Effective January 1, The Goldie Initiative officially installed 18 directors to lead and serve the organization in 2020. The organization inaugurated Laura Giampietro, senior vice president of marketing at Newcastle Limited, as the new board president. Steve Madden, president and CEO of Libertyville Bank & Trust, a Wintrust Community Bank, …

CRE p Tennessee

Matthews Real Estate expands to Nashville

Matthews Real Estate Investment Services has opened a new office in Nashville, Tennessee. Building on the company’s success in other parts of the nation, including California, Texas, Ohio and Georgia, the new office is now open for business.

Finance i Ohio

Three questions with ... Bellwether's Chad Hyland

| Dan Rafter

Chad Hyland, associate vice president in the Cincinnati office of Bellwether Enterprise, has more than 10 years of experience in commercial real estate finance. He’s also a proud resident of the Cincinnati area, having earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. Midwest Real Estate News asked Hyland three big questions a…

Multifamily W Minnesota

Are micro apartments the new trend?

| Patrick Craig, Bridgewater Bank

For years, renters have judged the value of their new rental home by balancing the price per square foot, its location and the quality of the construction. The larger the unit, the more the perceived value, as historically speaking renters have demanded more space for belongings, expanding families and entertaining needs.

CRE N Illinois

Women's march shines light on diversity in CRE

When hundreds of thousands of people pack into Chicago’s Grant Park on Saturday, January 18 as part of Women’s March 2020, the supporters will be stumping several progressive issues, including climate change, gun violence prevention and women’s health rights and access. Another vocal message, however, will be a call for more diversity in th…

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

Kristensen Boxing Smoker set for Jan 25 at the Palmer House Hilton

On Saturday January 25th, more than 300 commercial real estate professionals and friends will gather for the 2nd Annual Kristensen Boxing Smoker at the Palmer House Hilton, where boxers from the U.S. Naval Academy will take on Chicago Golden Gloves Champions in eight bouts. The event is sponsored by Related Midwest, LendLease, F.E. Moran, T…

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

Chicago chapter of SIOR appoints 2020 executive board officers

The Chicago chapter of the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors (SIOR) recently named their new executive board officers for the year 2020. Tom Boyle, SIOR, vice president, Lee & Associates, will lead the organization, which includes nearly 200 of the top office and industrial real estate brokers in the Chicago 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.

Industrial N Illinois

The Cook County conundrum

| Matt Baker

A paradox of the local industrial market is that taxes and politics have made investors leery about acquiring assets in Cook County. At the same time, however, users absolutely need to be there because there’s no greater concentration in the Midwest of both consumers and good labor.

CRE O Indiana

Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame: Fritz Kauffman

| Dan Rafter

Each week, Midwest Real Estate News highlights the careers of the newest members of its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. Today, we look at the career of Fritz Kauffman, senior director with the Indianapolis office of Cushman & Wakefield.