194 results for “millennial”
Office i Ohio

Selling points: Why now is a good time to sell

| Staff Writer

The recent sale of 200 W. Monroe, a 23-story office tower located in The Loop in downtown Chicago, drives home a point that has become increasingly evident in recent months: Today's real estate market is a great one for sellers. And, like any good sellers’ market, it is not a bad market for buyers, either.

CRE v Wisconsin

Associated Bank's Finn: Midwest's multi-family boom not about to slow

| Dan Rafter

Michael Finn, senior vice president and regional manager with the commercial real estate division of Associated Bank, says that the multi-family market across the Midwest is a strong one. And the best news? He told Midwest Real Estate News that the market isn't about to slow any time soon. Here is more of what Finn told us about the booming…

Office V Michigan

Will streetcars provide another boost to downtown Detroit?

| Dan Rafter

The Urban Land Institute last year released a report that confirmed what many developers already know: Demand will increase for smaller homes located in urban areas within walking distance of public transportation. This means that commercial developers who want to attract the greatest number of tenants to their office buildings and shoppers…

CRE N Illinois

Jones Lang LaSalle: Millennials changing commercial real estate

| Dan Rafter

It's not all about the Millennials -- of, if you prefer, Generation Y -- but there's no denying that these young adults are changing the world of commercial real estate. That's the message from Jones Lang LaSalle's U.S. Cross Sector Outlook presented at the Urban Land Institute's fall conference in Chicago.

CRE W Minnesota

Millennials ready to move out? That's good news for multi-family

| Dan Rafter

The multi-family market might soon get another boost if a recent study by Rent.com is any indication. The study says that members of Generation Y -- otherwise known as the Millennials -- are finally financially sound enough to move out on their own. That, of course, means more business for the multi-family industry, especially in the urban …

CRE i Ohio

Midwest hotel market going strong

| Staff Writer

When we look at the current state of the Midwest hotel market, we see a region that is transitioning in some important ways from a state of slow recovery to something closer to genuine momentum. Whether that momentum is sustainable remains an open question, but there is no doubt that—despite significant market-to-market variation—on the who…