64 results for “golub”
Multifamily N Illinois

First peek at the Tribune Tower Residences

| Matt Baker

Nearly a century ago, the Chicago Tribune launched an architectural competition to design a new headquarters. The resulting building—an iconic, neo-Gothic gem on Chicago’s famed Michigan Avenue—will welcome residents instead of office workers when the Tribune Tower Residences opens next year.

Multifamily N Illinois

Fifteen Fifty on the Park tops off in Chicago’s Gold Coast

Fifteen Fifty on the Park, a boutique condominium building from developers Golub & Company, CIM Group and Avoda Group, has topped off. Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the 32-residence luxury condominium development at the corner of North Avenue and Clark Street in Chicago’s Gold Coast is scheduled to deliver in fourth-quarter 2019.

CRE N Illinois

CREW Chicago holds 8th industry leadership achievement award dinner

Last week, CREW Chicago held its 8th Industry Leadership Achievement Award Dinner. Over 350 gathered to celebrate Trish Kelly, president of TCF Commercial Banking. Kelly is a long-standing, active member of CREW Chicago and has provided her leadership skills to many CREW Chicago events. Kelly was chosen for her tireless commitment to helpin…

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 …

Multifamily N Illinois

Deconstructing deconversion

| Matt Baker

Condo deconversion is a undeniable trend in Chicago. That’s why over 150 people came out to the Montgomery Club on October 18, 2018 to hear expert speakers discuss the ins and outs of this often complex, often lucrative real estate practice at the first annual Deconstructing Deconversion conference.

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.