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CRE v Wisconsin

Wisconsin's Moore Construction hires business development manager

Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin-based Moore Construction Services has hired Bridget Fritz as business development director. In this newly created position, Fritz’s will focus on growing brand awareness in Southeastern Wisconsin, while driving new business opportunities. Fritz will also be responsible for the development and execution of the annu…

CRE N Illinois

Papa Bear would approve: Chicago Bears unveil Halas Hall expansion

Just in time for their 100th anniversary, The Chicago Bears unveiled the expansion and renovation at Halas Hall in Lake Forest, Illinois. This includes a 162,500-square-foot football operations addition to the already existing 143,000-square-foot facility and a 30,600-square-foot remodeling project on the northeast side of the building. HOK…

CRE N Illinois

Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

| Matt Baker

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation and investor activity.

Retail N Illinois

West Elm joins roster of merchants at Mellody Farm

Mellody Farm, Chicagoland’s largest and most recent ground-up retail development, has added West Elm to its merchant roster. A global design and lifestyle company with a commitment to conscientious design and sustainability, West Elm will occupy an 11,000-square-foot space at the center. West Elm, along with several other recent leases, bri…

Office N Illinois

Leasing activity begins at The Westwood in Lisle

The Westwood at 2441 and 2443 Warrenville Road in Lisle, Illinois, recently kicked off major renovations and leasing activity. The property’s landlord, Briar Meads Capital, engaged world-class architects and designers, Wright Heerema Architects, along with general contractor, J.C. Anderson, to fulfill a full-scale renovation.

CRE N Illinois

This is not a drill: Managing risk for acts of violence on your property

| Chris Dunlap and Issac Monson

As active shooter and other workplace violent events continue to occur, more victims and their families are looking to the facility owner/operator where the shooting took place to assume responsibility. They claim the owner/operator could have been more proactive in prevention, and therefore, is liable for the violence that took place on th…