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Industrial N Illinois

Largest spec industrial building planned for Fox Valley submarket

Midwest Industrial Funds recently broke ground on a 303,601-square-foot industrial building within the DuPage Business Center at 2525 Enterprise Circle in West Chicago, Illinois. It will be the largest speculative building to be developed in the Fox Valley submarket and the only building in the area to feature 36-foot clear ceiling height.

CRE N Illinois

First phase of Bears' Halas Hall modernization completed

Mortenson recently completed the first phase of the partial demolition, expansion and renovation of Halas Hall, the iconic Lake Forest, Illinois headquarters of the Chicago Bears. The first phase, turned over on April 1, focused on football operations and included demolition of part of the original facility and building a 165,000-square-foo…

Finance X Missouri

Berkadia finances Kansas City's Flashcube apartments

Berkadia recently closed the financing of Flashcube Apartments, a high-rise multifamily property being redeveloped in Kansas City, Missouri. Managing director John Schorgl of Berkadia’s Kansas City office originated the $32.95 million redevelopment loan through Boston-based UC Funds.

CRE N Illinois

Clayco architecture firms LJC and BatesForum to merge

| Matt Baker

Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC), a subsidiary of Clayco, will combine with Clayco-owned BatesForum, creating one architecture firm of more than 240 professionals in five offices. Lamar Johnson will head up the new organization, which will continue to be known as LJC and based in Chicago.

Retail N Illinois

New Lenox shopping center sells for $4.6 million

Marcus & Millichap closed the sale of Bluestone Commons, a 36,025-square-foot retail property located in New Lenox, Illinois, according to Steven D. Weinstock, regional manager of the firm’s Chicago Oak Brook office. After procuring multiple offers, the asset sold to a Canadian real estate firm for $4,600,000.

Office i Ohio

Booming? No. But Cleveland's office market remains steady

| Dan Rafter

The biggest office sale in Cleveland in the first quarter of the year came relatively late: Oaktree Capital Management’s $51.5 million purchase of PNC’s operations at 4100 W. 150th St. But while that transaction grabbed most of the headlines, it wasn’t the only big office sale of the first quarter here.

CRE N Illinois

Clune Construction promotes 11 in Chicago

In keeping with its culture of promoting from within, Clune Construction has promoted 11 of its talented professionals in its Chicago office to executive-level positions: John Amos, Jim Bardoczi, Craig Erdenberger, Chris Franz, Andrew Hoppe, Steve Green, Rachel Munkvold, Dino Pastore, Mary Shea, Jeremy Stanek and Luke Unverzagt.