More than 200 results for “construction trend”
Multifamily i Ohio

Lack of inventory only thing slowing Cincinnati apartment market

| Robert Merkt, Lee & Associates

The Cincinnati Apartment rental market continues to be robust with a strong appetite for units in the urban core and particularly in Cincinnati’s CBD. This trend has been ongoing for several years with conversions and new units coming online in the Over the Rhine neighborhood as well as the development at The Banks.

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 c Nebraska

Three questions with ... NorthMarq's John Reed

| Dan Rafter

There’s something about Omaha. This market remains one of the steadiest in the Midwest, with brokers closing a solid number of big deals each year and new companies flocking to the city’s downtown core and surrounding neighborhoods. What’s behind Omaha’s success? That’s what we asked John Reed, senior vice president and managing director of…

CRE W Minnesota

Minneapolis CRE market bringing in outside investors, plenty of activity

| Dan Rafter

Steady might be the best way to describe the commercial real estate industry in Minneapolis and St. Paul, with all the major commercial sectors showing at least some positive signs. But steady might not be the most appropriate description for two of the sectors here. The industrial and multifamily sectors? The word “booming” is more appropr…

Industrial N Illinois

Activity and demand hold steady at O’Hare

| Matt Baker

Through the third quarter of 2019, robust demand has continued to drive activity in Chicago’s overall industrial market. In the O’Hare area, the need for logistical, flex, as well as manufacturing space is keeping the submarket active.

CRE i Ohio

Three questions with ... Cushman & Wakefield's Mike Sullivan

| Dan Rafter

A member of the capital markets team in Cushman & Wakefield’s Cincinnati office, senior director Mike Sullivan is an industry veteran who understands the ins and outs of the commercial real estate market. A specialist in office, industrial and medical office properties, Sullivan shared his thoughts on the state of the CRE market both nation…