193 results for “millennial”
Office N Illinois

Why branded workplaces inspire Millennials (and every other generation)

| Scott Delano

Office tenants today are thinking a lot about engagement—but not the diamond rings-and-champagne kind. Rather, companies are seeking ways to keep employees engaged and connected to their work, and for good reason. Engaged employees are 17 percent more productive and are absent 41 percent less than the unengaged, according to Gallup research…

Office N Illinois

Kaufman Hall expands Chicago-area presence with new Loop office

Kaufman Hall, a provider of financial and capital advisory services to the healthcare sector, is expanding its Chicago-area presence with a new office in downtown Chicago. The company leased 14,118 square feet at 10 S. Wacker Drive in the CME Center. Kaufman Hall’s corporate headquarters will remain in Skokie, Illinois, where it has been lo…

CRE N Illinois

2.46-acre Fulton Market land portfolio up for sale

A four-parcel land portfolio totalling 2.46 acres has gone on the market in the Fulton Market neighborhood of Chicago. The premier land portfolio, being shopped around by JLL as a development opportunity, represents the biggest offering of the past year in one of the country’s most sought-after neighborhoods

Office N Illinois

The central business district, decentralized

| Matt Baker

It wasn’t that long ago that Chicago’s central business district was confined to the Loop. Over the years, office space has crept outward, spilling over the banks of the river to the north and to the west. So just what is it that entices corporations to move out to the fringes of the CBD?

Multifamily Midwest

NMHC: Developers already planning the apartments of the future

| Dan Rafter

Officials with the National Multifamily Housing Council know that technology is changing everything. The company points at success stories such as Uber. It’s the largest taxi service on the globe, but the company doesn’t own a single vehicle. It looks, too, at Airbnb, a major player in the hospitality industry that doesn’t own a single property.

Multifamily O Indiana

RENTCafe study shows seniors increasingly embracing renting

| Dan Rafter

Millennials get most of the press when it comes to the nation’s multifamily market, with young adults choosing to rent longer in such markets as Indianapolis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Lexington and Detroit. But new research from RENTCafe suggests that another generational group is fueling the multifamily market, too, Baby Boomers.