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CRE N Illinois

CBRE closes sale of 52,000-SF retail asset in Chicago

CBRE recently represented North Clark Properties LLC in the sale of a 52,034-square-foot retail property at 201 N. Clark Street in Chicago’s Loop to State Teachers’ Retirement System of Ohio. Keely Polczynski and Marcello Campanini of CBRE represented ownership in the listing and Steve Janowiak of STRS Ohio coordinated the transaction for t…

Office N Illinois

Huron renews 134,000-SF HQ lease in West Loop

Colliers International’s David Burden and Michael Marrion represented global professional services firm Huron in its 134,000-square-foot headquarters lease restructure and renewal at Union Tower located at 550 W. Van Buren Street in Chicago.

CRE N Illinois

Missner Group's Papineau: You leave a bit of yourself with every building

| Dan Rafter

Bob Papineau, senior project manager for construction with Des Plaines, Illinois-based general contractor The Missner Group, has steadily built his career in commercial real estate, becoming a leader at one of the Chicago area’s busiest construction firms. Along the way, he’s held a range of positions, everything from assistant superintende…

CRE N Illinois

$3 million land sale proof that West Loop still booming

The 41,796-square-foot land site located at 2123-2147 W. Madison Street in Chicago’s Near West Side sold after less than three months on the market. Scott R. Maesel and Adam Thomas of SVN Chicago Commercial represented the seller in the transaction. The land, currently zoned to permit 104 units, sold for $3,100,000 to an all-cash buyer.

CRE N Illinois

Wiegmann Associates wraps HVAC work at St. Louis-area corporate HQ

Wiegmann Associates has completed HVAC work on the new corporate headquarters for Budnick Converting Incorporated in Columbia, Illinois, in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The 112,000-square-foot facility features a temperature-controlled warehouse required for stable storage of adhesive products, administrative offices and a cafe.

Office N Illinois

Turning the modern office on its side

| Matt Baker

For 25 years, Chicago was home to the world’s tallest building. Bigger is still better for today’s office tenants—just not necessarily taller. Looking to offer the large floor plates that users crave, one megadevelopment will incorporate something unique to the city: the sidescraper.