More than 200 results for “fifield construction and realty”
CRE N Illinois

Jared Elfvin joins Element78 to head up real estate division

Jared Elfvin has joined Element78 in the position of director. Element78, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Tillman Private Equity Services, provides tailored fund administration solutions to private equity, venture capital, real estate, and SBIC funds. In this role, Elfvin will help lead and develop the company’s real estate fund adviso…

CRE N Illinois

Chicago's Wolff Landscape Architecture to join Confluence

Confluence, a Des Moines, Iowa-based landscape architecture, urban design and planning firm, has expanded into the Chicago market as Wolff Landscape Architecture will become the newest Confluence office. Craig Soncrant and Matt Strange will lead the Confluence Chicago office as principals. Founder Ted Wolff will provide continuity and remai…

Office N Illinois

Chicago's "Big Red" nabs $370 million buyer

The John Buck Company (JBC) has reportedly found a buyer for 333 S. Wabash Avenue—the former CNA global headquarters that the developer purchased in 2016 for $108 million. This new transaction will prove to be quite the windfall for JBC, as a group of East Coast investors will acquire the Chicago Loop asset for $370 million.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Danny Logarakis

| Matt Baker

Danny Logarakis, a broker with Kiser Group, has facilitated $50 million in multifamily transactions throughout his career. Since joining the firm in 2016, he has specialized in the analysis and disposition of value-add properties throughout Chicago.

Multifamily N Illinois

Inland closes two sales in Palatine

Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage, Inc. announced its final sales and closings of 2019, both located in Palatine, Illinois. Paul Montes and Eric Spiess, senior vice presidents of Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage, facilitated both transactions on behalf of the sellers.

Finance W Minnesota

The great wealth transfer

| Laura Hanneman, SR Realty Trust

Over the coming 25 years, Baby Boomers are expected to transfer roughly $55 trillion worth of assets to the next generation, charitable organizations and Uncle Sam. Looking out four decades to 2060, some 45 million Baby Boomers will have transferred ownership of nearly $70 trillion in assets. At their peak, Boomers will be transferring 10 p…