195 results for “millennial”
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.

Multifamily N Illinois

3 design insights to increase a rental's absorption rate

| Mary Cook

From Landmark West Loop to SixForty North Wells in River North new rental units continue to come online at a steady pace. With 8,000 new apartments slated to deliver by the end of next year in downtown Chicago alone, and an increasingly modest demand projected over the next three years, according to the Urban Land Institute’s April 2017 Rea…

Office i Ohio

Tech cities? The Midwest has them

| Dan Rafter

The Midwest continues to offer more jobs for the programmers, designers and entrepreneurs working in the tech field. That’s good news for the commercial real estate brokers who sell and the developers who build the offices these tech employees will work at, the multifamily buildings in which they’ll live and the retail centers and restauran…

Multifamily v Wisconsin

Midwest states dominate list of best locations for Millennials

| Dan Rafter

What states offer the most to Millennials looking for a new home? You probably think of New York or California, right? A new report from financial Web site MoneyRates.com found that many of the best states for Millennials in which to live are in the Midwest. And the best state of all for these young adults? MoneyRates cited North Dakota, ce…

Retail V Michigan

Retail redefined: What’s next for retailers?

| Andy Gutman

At a time when the retail industry is changing so rapidly, and retail real estate realities are shifting at an unprecedented pace, commercial real estate professionals are striving to set their sights on what comes next. Those who want to remain competitive are working hard to be proactive, and to think both creatively and strategically abo…