More than 200 results for “construction”
Industrial N Illinois

Oversupply concerns are overblown

| Matt Baker

Nearly 290 million square feet of industrial space came to market across the nation last year. A new report shows that these deliveries absorbed at strong rates, assuaging fears that the red-hot sector was in danger of overbuilding.

CRE X Missouri

IFS wraps $1.8 million renovation of Masonic Complex in Missouri

Integrated Facility Services has completed a $1.8 million renovation of the Masonic Complex of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. The project remedied erratic temperature swings and humidity issues to protect and preserve rare and one-of-a-kind Masonic artifacts housed at the museum located within the facility.

Multifamily N Illinois

First look at luxury West Loop apartments, The Jax

The Jax, a 10-story apartment building located at 1220 W. Jackson Boulevard, revealed apartment, amenity and exterior renderings, along with the launch of its new website. Located in Chicago’s West Loop, The Jax features 166 newly constructed apartment units and 7,600 square feet of retail.

Office N Illinois

Hometown America signs lease at 110 North Wacker Drive

Colliers International | Chicago’s Michael Marrion represented Hometown America LLC in its 9,443-square-foot office lease on the 45th floor of Bank of America Tower, located at 110 N. Wacker Drive in Chicago. The tower, now under construction, will be the city’s tallest new office building in 30 years when completed.

CRE i Ohio

Woolpert to enhance park in oldest city in Ohio

The city of Marietta, Ohio, has contracted with Woolpert to provide landscape architecture, engineering, planning and design services for the restoration and renovation of Muskingum Park, which houses the Start Westward Monument, and the adjacent Museum District.

CRE N Illinois

Investors rushing to place capital before expected slowdown later this year

| Matt Baker

In Chicago and nationally, commercial real estate investors, brokers and lenders all agree that the industry will see strong activity for the first half of 2020. However, dynamics such as a decelerating economy, trade conflicts, labor availability and the presidential election may turn some actors into fence-sitters by the second half of the year.

Net Lease N Illinois

JLL completes sale of Starbucks retail location near Chicago

JLL Capital Markets has closed the $1.7 million sale of a 2,100-square-foot, newly constructed, single-tenant retail building net-leased to Starbucks in the Chicago-area community of Hammond, Indiana. JLL marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Luke Land, LLC. A private 1031 buyer out of Maryland purchased the property.

CRE N Illinois

Which construction delivery system is best for your building's renovation?

| Sam Cicero, Jr.

There are various project delivery systems commonly used in today’s construction renovation projects, such as Design-Bid-Build, Construction Management and Design-Build. It’s important that a building owner examines the pros and cons of each in order to determine which system works best for their project goals, costs to perform, timeline an…

CRE N Illinois

Chris Cable joins Skender as vice president of preconstruction

Skender announced today that Christopher Cable, LEED AP, has joined the integrated design, construction and manufacturing firm as vice president of preconstruction. With 20 years of experience, Cable brings to Skender an impressive background in construction cost estimating, planning and procurement with expertise spanning 18 states and Canada.

CRE W Minnesota

Minneapolis' Opus Design Build selects new president, CEO

Dave Bangasser, president and chief executive officer of Minneapolis-based Opus Design Build, L.L.C. will retire effective April 2 of this year. Tom Becker, current regional vice president of Opus Design Build, will then become president and chief executive officer of the business unit.