63 results for “glenstar”
CRE N Illinois

Golub & Company hires Sandy Macaluso as vice president, leasing

Chicago-based Golub & Company, an international real estate investment and development firm, has expanded its leasing team, hiring seasoned Chicago commercial real estate professional Sandy Macaluso. Reporting to Deborah Frank, senior vice president, leasing, Macaluso is responsible for the leasing and marketing of commercial properties in …

Office N Illinois

Attracting tenants to suburban offices: Service is key

| Matt Baker

On Thursday, September 20, 2018, REjournals hosted the 3rd annual Suburban Office Market Conference, co-hosted by GlenStar Properties. More than 150 industry professionals flocked to the Schaumburg Corporate Center to hear about the latest trends on the office market outside the urban core.

Office N Illinois

Rewired: A time of change for modern offices

| Matt Baker

The pace of change within the American office has quickened over the past 10 years. Not just in the technology that people use, but also in how that technology unyokes them within the workspace. Building owners and managers who aren’t paying attention may be left behind.

Office N Illinois

Schaumburg Corporate Center undergoing $28 million redevelopment

In what is believed to be the largest redevelopment project ever undertaken in the northwest suburban office submarket, GlenStar Properties has embarked on a $28 million capital campaign at Schaumburg Corporate Center. The redevelopment will elevate the campus to Class A+ status by adding hospitality type amenities that integrate efficiency…

CRE N Illinois

GlenStar acquires 10 acres in O’Hare submarket

GlenStar Properties has acquired 10 acres of land located on the north side of the Kennedy Expressway at the Cumberland Ave. interchange in Chicago from Chesapeake Hotel Limited Partnership and Host Hotels & Resorts, L.P. Sale price was not disclosed.

Office N Illinois

Chicago metro office market may be slowing down

| Matt Baker

We are all acquainted with the caveat that past performance is no guarantee of future results. According to new research by Newmark Knight Frank, the Chicago office market may be poised for sluggishness, despite some positive indicators during the fourth quarter of 2017.