30 results for “lincoln common”
Hospitality N Illinois

Red Roof expands The Red Collection with Springfield hotel

State House Inn, the second property and first franchised property in The Red Collection, Red Roof’s first soft-brand, has opened in Illinois’ capital city, Springfield. Located in the heart of downtown, the property features 125 guest rooms and has undergone a full renovation. The property is owned by Vendian Capital Management and managed…

CRE N Illinois

Lincoln Common development tops out in Chicago

W.E. O’Neil recently topped out The Lincoln Common development after pouring 33,000 cubic yards of concrete to build two 20-story apartment towers, a seven-story office building and several retail core and shell structures in under 12 months. W.E. O’Neil Construction is acting as general contractor on the project, located on the former site…

Retail N Illinois

Kohler Waters Spa expands with new location in Chicago

Kohler Co. announced plans to expand its Kohler Waters Spa offering with a second location in the Chicago area at Lincoln Common—a new crossroads development in Lincoln Park. It will be part of McCaffery Interests’ six-acre development enhancing the already vibrant neighborhood.

Office N Illinois

ARCO/Murray completes two coworking spaces in Chicago

ARCO/Murray recently completed two coworking office, event and work environments for Spaces, an Amsterdam-based company, in Chicago’s Fulton Market and Lincoln Park neighborhoods. The 32,000-square-foot Fulton Market facility is located at 159 N. Sangamon Street and the 24,000-square-foot Lincoln Park facility is located at 1500 N. Halsted Street.

Retail N Illinois

Forecasting Chicago's retail outlook

| Matt Baker

Nationally, rising consumer confidence levels and the potential for higher wages should carry retail momentum through the year. This is according to Marcus & Millichap’s 2018 U.S. Retail Investment Forecast.

Multifamily Midwest

Apartment rents kept rising in 2017

| Dan Rafter

The number of people renting apartments fell in 2017, the first time this population has seen a decrease in 13 years, another sign that the multifamily boom that developers have enjoyed for so long might be in the early stages of tailing off.

CRE P Kansas

Project Downtown still a boon to Wichita

| Staff Writer

“You can’t be a suburb of nothing.” I’m not sure who to attribute that quote to but it was pretty relevant to Downtown Wichita prior to the 2010 adoption of Project Downtown – The Master Plan for Wichita. With the plan serving as the template for downtown revitalization, almost $500 million has been invested in the core area. A total of $1.…