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CRE V Michigan

Michigan's Farbman Group wins Stevie awards

Southfield, Michigan-based Farbman Group has been awarded a Gold Stevie Award as Real Estate Company of the Year and a Silver Stevie Award for Most Innovative Company- Up to 2,500 Employees in the 17th Annual American Business Awards.

Retail N Illinois

Cushman & Wakefield represents seller on Naperville Crossings

Cushman & Wakefield closed on the sale of Naperville Crossings, a premier open-air retail center located in the affluent Chicago suburb of Naperville, Illinois. The property was acquired by Phillips Edison & Company. The Cincinnati-based owner, operator, acquirer and developer of shopping centers reportedly paid $49.9 million for the property.

CRE N Illinois

Cresa expands tenant rep group with three new hires

Cresa is growing its brokerage ranks in Chicago with the addition of three tenant rep brokers. Juliette (Julie) Lane and Sean Murphy join as senior vice presidents and Michael Heaney as vice president. The three will use the firm’s brokerage, consulting and project management platform to service their existing clients while growing their re…

Multifamily N Illinois

Not a passing craze: Deconversions still strong in Chicago

| Matt Baker

There were two major condo deconversion deals announced in Chicago at the close of 2018: Kiser Group’s deconversion of the 250-unit Flats on LaSalle and the sale of River City, the largest such deal for the market at 449 units. Since then, however, news of these condo-to-rental deals has been slow. Is this a sign that the trend itself is st…

CRE N Illinois

Midwest CRE Hall of Fame: Principle's James Brucato

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwes Real Estate News runs its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, honoring the top CRE pros in our region. We also run these profiles online. Today, we look at the career of James Brucato, president of Principle Construction Corp. in Chicago.

Multifamily N Illinois

CRE experts sound off on rent control in Illinois

| Matt Baker

For more than 20 years, a law on the books in Illinois has prevented any municipality from enacting rent control measures. But with the elections of J.B. Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot, as well as several self-professed socialist Chicago aldermen, the political will may be shifting toward this affordable housing tool.

CRE N Illinois

Offshore, the largest rooftop deck in the country, headed to Navy Pier

The nation’s largest rooftop venue is coming to Chicago’s iconic Navy Pier this month. Offshore, a 36,000-square-foot, all-weather venue will feature a full-service bar, kitchen, terraces, seven fire pits, an entertainment and gaming area and multiple large social gathering spaces. The venue is scheduled to open around Memorial Day.