156 results for “manufactured housing”
CRE N Illinois

Autonomous cars on a crash course with the real estate industry

| Michael Zaransky

You stroll out of your house in the countryside, hop into the self-driving car you ordered and settle in with your coffee and your laptop, not worrying about the fact that it will take you an hour or more to get to work. Though it sounds futuristic, this scenario could become a reality within the next decade.

CRE N Illinois

Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

| Matt Baker

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation and investor activity.

Industrial Q Kentucky

MK Asset closes big deal in Louisville

MK Asset Brokerage, a Chicago-based commercial real estate investment, brokerage and advisory firm, has completed transactions totaling about 500,000 square feet in Riverside, California, and Louisville, Kentucky. The value of the transactions exceeded $25 million in aggregate lease expense.

CRE N Illinois

ULI Chicago names nine winners at 2019 Vision Awards

Six projects, two programs and one young visionary were announced as winners at the 8th annual Urban Land Institute Chicago Vision Awards. The Vision Awards honor projects and programs that reflect creative development practices, inventive partnerships, sharing of resources, imaginative problem solving and visionary ideas contributing to th…

Finance O Indiana

Marcus & Millichap pro named lender for The Standard

The Indianapolis office of Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp. announced that Standard Insurance Co. (The Standard) has appointed Alec Neesham of MMCC as its correspondent mortgage banker for the state of Indiana. The Standard recently announced its entrance into Indiana’s commercial real estate lending markets and Neesham will be the only mor…

CRE O Indiana

Electric Works project to put charge in downtown Fort Wayne

| Dan Rafter

Development is already booming in the Indiana city of Fort Wayne, with $800 million in investment dollars already flowing into the city’s downtown. That’s why the Electric Works mixed-use development is such good news for this city. The sprawling development will bring new life to the 39 acres that once served as the Fort Wayne home of Gene…

CRE N Illinois

Metal Construction Association honors two Chicago projects

The Metal Construction Association (MCA) acknowledged the IBEW Local 134 Headquarters/Union Hall and the Eleanor Boathouse, both located in Chicago, with the 2018 Chairman's Award. The IBEW Union Hall won in Commercial/Industrial category and Eleanor Boathouse won in the Municipal category.

Multifamily i Ohio

The new Hall of Fame class: Marcus & Millichap's Baskin

| Dan Rafter

Last year, Midwest Real Estate News inducted more than 70 members in its newest Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame class. Throughout this year, we’ll be running the profiles of these talented CRE pros online. Today, we focus on the career of Kyle Baskin, senior vice president of investments with the Independence, Ohio, office of Ma…

Industrial N Illinois

The U.S. labor shortage: Is it real or economic semantics?

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

The U.S. economy is benefitting from one of the longest economic expansions in history, with more than 118 months of sustained growth, extending the longest employment expansion on record. As a result, labor market conditions have tightened in recent years, with shortages of qualified workers reported among multiple trades and occupations.

CRE N Illinois

Skender announces five field operations promotions

Skender, a Chicago-based construction, design and manufacturing firm, has announced the recent promotions of five individuals on the firm’s expanding operations team. The employees, Pete Conlin, John Estes, Jeff Krause, Brian Ribordy and Dan Torres include a new safety director and four new directors of field operations.

Multifamily N Illinois

Chicago's multifamily market thriving, evolving

| Matt Baker

With all the activity going on in multifamily these days, many question what the next frontier of this asset class looks like. Yesterday morning, over 225 people had their questions answered at the 10th Annual Chicagoland Multifamily & Affordable Housing Real Estate Summit, hosted by REjournals.