88 results for “concessions”
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.

Office N Illinois

The nonprofit niche: A world of low rents and high concessions

| Matt Baker

A nonprofit organization is an office user unlike any other, one that usually commands the lowest rents in a property or that is able to negotiate generous concession packages. But tenant reps will have to take a customized approach, based on deep market knowledge, to nail down the deals that these firms don’t just want—they need.

Finance N Illinois

IECA closes first Commercial PACE financing deal in Kane County

The Illinois Energy Conservation Authority NFP (IECA) announces, on behalf of the Kane Energy Efficiency Program (KEEP), that on November 4, 2019, it closed a commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing deal in Kane County, totaling $351,136. This transaction marks KEEP’s first C-PACE financed project.

Finance i Ohio

Three key questions with ... NorthMarq's Susan Branscome

| Dan Rafter

Susan Branscome, senior vice president and managing director of the Cincinnati office of NorthMarq, knows the ins and outs of the Cincinnati commercial real estate market. Because of this, Midwest Real Estate News asked her three key questions about the strength of the Cincinnati CRE market and the health of its commercial sectors.

CRE N Illinois

Five transformations shaping airports of the future

| Will Jenkinson

Many of our first and last impressions of a given place occur at the airport. We often experience the local foods, interact with workers and perceive how the regional community values design and technology. A positive experience can go a long way. Here are five transformations influencing the future of airports across the globe, ultimately …

Multifamily N Illinois

An analysis of multifamily concessions in Chicago

Chicago’s core neighborhoods observed a number of multifamily deliveries over the past few years, a trend that should continue through 2020. According to a blog post by Laura Ballou, senior associate—market analytics at KIG CRE, these new deliveries as well as upcoming units should support the recent trend for concessions.