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Multifamily N Illinois

First look inside Wolf Point East

The first residents have taken residency at Wolf Point East, the 698-unit luxury apartment building going up at the confluence of the Chicago River. The project is a development of Hines, Wolf Point Owners LLC and the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust.

Multifamily Midwest

Capital One's Reynolds: 2020 set to be another big year for multifamily

| Dan Rafter

As senior vice president on Capital One’s Commercial Real Estate Finance team based in Chicago, Tom Reynolds understands the Midwest’s multifamily market. After all, Capital One fields plenty of financing requests for multifamily transactions. That’s why Midwest Real Estate News recently spoke with Reynolds about the state of the apartment …

Office N Illinois

The Rosemont revival: What’s behind the O'Hare office market boom?

| Steve Wright

Suburban millennials? Yes, they exist—and in fact, they like to work in the suburbs, too. Many people mistakenly assume that members of the millennial generation largely want to live in downtown areas. However, the generation that begins to turn 40 this year is more nuanced and geographically diverse than common assumptions would suggest.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Insider: The cold supply chain

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

Industrial real estate professionals are experiencing increased growth and global demand for fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood and dairy, as well as pharmaceutical and chemical products. The “cold supply chain” plays an integral role in the successful implementation of meeting the increased demands.

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?