32 results for “hearn”
Industrial N Illinois

The Cook County conundrum

| Matt Baker

A paradox of the local industrial market is that taxes and politics have made investors leery about acquiring assets in Cook County. At the same time, however, users absolutely need to be there because there’s no greater concentration in the Midwest of both consumers and good labor.

Office N Illinois

Sterling Bay scoops up Chicago's iconic John Hancock Center

Sterling Bay has been on an acquisition streak of Class A office buildings in Chicago lately, including recent purchases of 600 W. Chicago and Prudential Plaza. Now the Chicago-based developer is pulling the trigger on 875 North Michigan Avenue, formerly known as the John Hancock Center. The building’s current operator and co-owner, Hearn, …

CRE N Illinois

SIOR Chicago chapter announces 16th annual chapter awards

The Chicago Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) recently presented the 16th Annual Chapter Awards. The program is designed to honor the organization’s prestigious Platinum Sponsors and SIOR members who completed transactions within the Chicago Chapter or with a Platinum Sponsor.

CRE Midwest

Joshua Hearne becomes Cawley Chicago's first principal

| Staff Writer

Hearne began his career with the company 11 years as a college intern and now specializes in asset and tenant representation of industrial users and owners, where he has completed more than 250 transactions throughout his career at Cawley.

CRE Midwest

The DeLong Co. to relocate transload operation to CenterPoint Intermodal Center

| Staff Writer

CenterPoint Properties announced the addition of The DeLong Co. at CenterPoint Intermodal Center in Joliet, Illinois. The DeLong Co. will occupy 25 acres of land within CIC-Joliet to operate their transload operation. Josh Hearne of Cawley Chicago represented The DeLong Co., while Dan Leahy and Adam Roth represented CenterPoint in the transaction.

CRE Midwest

Is the Hancock Center getting a new signature?

| Staff Writer

With Blackstone's recent $1.3B purchase of Willis Tower, there is much speculation as to what the building's new name will be. The iconic building isn't the only one who may be undergoing a name change, as the Sun-Times recently reported, that the John Hancock Center may be in danger of getting a new signature.