193 results for “millennial”
Office N Illinois

The state of the suburban Chicago office market

HFF director Bryan Rosenberg is speaking at our 3rd Annual State of the Suburban Office Market conference on September 20. The event features two panel discussions, “State of the Suburban Office Market,” for which Rosenberg is a panelist, and “Reassessing the Suburban Workplace: Keys to Attracting, Retailing Tenants.” The conference begins …

CRE V Michigan

Detroit on the rise: The return of the Renaissance City

| Steven Siegel

On June 18, hundreds gathered around the Michigan Central Depot, Detroit’s 500,000-square-foot decrepit former central train station. The building has served as a symbol of the city’s various ailments wrapped up in one gigantic piece of real estate: globalization, lack of opportunities, civic mismanagement. Yet, this time the crowd was not …

Office Midwest

Avison Young: U.S. office market holds steady at mid-year

| Dan Rafter

Companies are continiuing to rethink their office needs as technology makes it easier for employees to work remotely. At the same time, others are looking for new office space in the center of urban areas as a way to attract the younger workers who prefer an urban lifesytle.

Office V Michigan

Detroit becoming hub for tech talent

| Dan Rafter

Tech start-ups are increasingly looking toward Detroit as an affordable alternative. Evidence of this came in CBRE’s sixth annual Scoring Tech Talent Report, which ranked Detroit as the 20th strongest tech market in the United States and Canada.

CRE Midwest

The numbers show it: Jobs, people flocking to big cities

| Dan Rafter

Developers haven’t been shy about building luxury apartments in the centers of dense urban areas. Retailers are building distribution centers and warehouses closer to the center of these same big cities. And restaurateurs? When they want to make a big splash, they open in a downtown neighborhood. Why? It’s because urban areas are booming today.

Multifamily N Illinois

Quarters, a European co-living concept, opens in Chicago

QUARTERS, a new community way of living, recently celebrated its grand opening in Chicago’s Fulton Market district. Medici Living Group helped to pioneer the new living experience in Germany; Naperville-based Caton Commercial Real Estate Group, representing Medici Living Group, helped bring this concept to Chicago.

CRE N Illinois

Six commercial real estate myths debunked

| Matt Baker

Commercial real estate is a complex industry, but there are still some basic rules and trends that guide how it operates. But what if those presumptions are incorrect or exaggerated—built on kernels of truth but with enough anomalies as to throw these “rules” into doubt?

Industrial N Illinois

Where Chicago is headed: A Q&A with Colliers’ Jim Carris

| Matt Baker

Industry veteran Jim Carris recently joined Colliers International as executive managing director and market leader for the firm’s operations in Chicago. Carris brings to his new role over 25 years of experience in all sectors of commercial real estate, making him a prime candidate to probe for answers about the state of the Chicago economy…

Multifamily N Illinois

Spring weather brings swirling winds to apartment market

| Douglas Imber

In a recent letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Charlie Munger penned that the company’s future leaders would likely be unable to generate the type of returns he and Warren Buffet delivered.  He argued that it wasn’t because their future managers wouldn’t be as talented, but rather because, “It doesn’t matter how good of a fisherman …