127 results for “luxury living chicago”
CRE Midwest

Sanjay Shah: Living the American Dream

| B. Herron

In 1993 Sanjay Shah came to Chicago to work in the technology industry for a local company called SAP. Shah was a user of enterprise software prior to getting into the tech industry itself.

CRE Midwest

2015 to continue positive trends for multifamily market

| B. Herron

According to Todd Stofflet, managing partner at Kiser Institutional Group, in 2014 the multifamily market had one of the best years he’s seen since the recession. Stofflet attributed the successful year to plenty of rent growth, significant transaction volume increases, as well as cap rates compressing from 13 percent.

CRE v Wisconsin

Apartment boom hitting all major Midwest markets

| Dan Rafter

Christy Lockridge, principal with the Chicago office of Prudential, has seen the trend: Today’s renters increasingly want to live in the center of urban areas. They want to live near public transportation. They want to be able to walk to restaurants and shops. They want to live largely without having to jump into a car each day.

CRE Midwest

Vienna Beef exec has no beef with Wheaton 121 luxury rentals

| Staff Writer

When Vienna Beef’s top dog, president Tim O’Brien, was looking for a temporary residence while building a new home in the western suburbs, he went about his search the way his company makes their hot dogs and sausages – the old fashioned way. He and his wife, Jan, drove around to check out rental communities for themselves.

CRE Midwest

Chicago slowly, but steadily, increasing construction activity

| B. Herron

Although not as strong as the robust economic recoveries experienced in Texas and along the West Coast, Mathew R. Dougherty, P.E., executive vice president and regional manager –Midwest at McShane Construction Company, says Chicago and the Midwest Region has experienced a slow, but steady increase in construction activity over the past 12 months.

CRE Midwest

Big city job numbers will shoulder apartment demand in Chicago

| Bwasag

Chicago’s designation as one of Google’s seven national tech hubs will attract new start-ups to the city, amplifying its already strong employment prospects, which is good news for Chicago’s multifamily market, according to an apartment research market report by Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services.