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Office N Illinois

Peeking in on office performance

| Matt Baker

An oft-quoted truism is that you can’t manage what you can’t measure. Because of this, more and more architects are incorporating post-occupancy evaluations (POE) into their practice.

Office N Illinois

American Library Association sells Chicago HQ

The American Library Association (ALA) has sold its headquarters buildings at 40-50 E. Huron Street in a deal brokered by Cushman and Wakefield. The professional association will move its office functions from Chicago’s River North neighborhood to Michigan Plaza at 225 N. Michigan Avenue in Spring 2020.

Office p Tennessee

JLL helps Mitsubishi find HQ location near Nashville

Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) confirmed the location for the company’s permanent headquarters in the Cool Springs district of Franklin, Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville. JLL’s Scott Wetzel, Mitch Lundquist, Bo Tyler and Kevin Ziomek represented Mitsubishi North American.

CRE O Indiana

Colliers' Cantu: Booming industrial, steady office keeping Indianapolis strong

| Dan Rafter

As executive vice president for capital markets in the Indianapolis office of Colliers International, Alex Cantu understands just how strong the commercial real estate market is in Indianapolis. We spoke to Cantu about this, focusing especially on the strength of the region’s booming industrial market and its steady office sector. Here is s…

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…

Office N Illinois

Qualtrics announces new Chicago office at 191 N. Wacker Drive

Qualtrics, a leader in customer experience and creator of the experience management category, will open its 25th global office in Chicago. The company, headquartered in Provo, Utah and Seattle, will occupy 25,000 square feet at 191 N. Wacker Drive when the lease commences in 2020. The company plans to hire more than 200 employees in the are…

CRE c Nebraska

Omaha State of the Market event not short on attendees, good news

| Dan Rafter

The Omaha commercial real estate market remains a strong one. Need proof? You only had to attend the 4th Annual Omaha Commercial Real Estate State of the Market event held by REjournals.com and Midwest Real Estate News on Nov. 13. More than 250 CRE professionals filled the Embassy Suites Omaha – La Vista Hotel and Conference Center to hear …

Retail N Illinois

Fifield inks four retail leases at Logan Square multifamily project

Chicago-based Fifield Companies has signed leases with three restaurants and one retailer to occupy ground-floor space at Logan Apartments, located at 2480–2522 N. Milwaukee Avenue, in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. Big Wig Tacos, Jersey Mike’s Subs, K-Fire Korean BBQ and Verizon will occupy a combined total of 6,800 square feet.

Office N Illinois

Colliers arranges 48,000-SF lease consolidation for Crown Castle

Colliers International’s David Burden, Tom Berarducci and Jay Kyle represented Crown Castle, a leading provider of communications infrastructure, in a 48,000-square-foot lease at Highland Landmark II located at 3025 Highland Parkway in Downers Grove, Illinois. JLL’s Jeff Shay and Karla Harmon represented the building owner, James Campbell C…

Industrial c Nebraska

Lund Company industrial pro earns CCIM designation

Denny Sciscoe, director of industrial services for Cushman & Wakefield/The Lund Company in Omaha, Nebraska, recently received the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation from CCIM Institute. Sciscoe was awarded his designation during the organization’s global conference in San Diego on Oct. 11-16.

Office N Illinois

Chicago may be in a fix when it comes to flex office

| Matt Baker

Despite the recent struggles of a certain juggernaut provider, all expectations are that the coworking and flexible office segment will only flourish in the U.S. over the next decade. Some cities will see larger growth than others, however, and Chicago might not match the rate of expansion in other markets.