193 results for “millennial”
Office N Illinois

Designing office spaces to attract top talent

| Dan Earles

Chicago’s downtown office market has seen significant changes in recent years, from the influx of companies moving downtown to the ongoing construction boom in Class-A office space. In this environment, many landlords and tenants are continuing to look for creative ways to define their spaces and attract the best office talent.

Retail X Missouri

It’s complicated: A real estate market without product types

| Staff Writer

Try telling Millennials they can’t play where they work, or work where they live and shop. You won’t get far. The generation that brought us the status of “It’s Complicated” is changing the commercial real estate landscape, challenging traditional definitions of what makes office, industrial, retail, hotel and multifamily developments successful.

Industrial N Illinois

E-commerce and the growth of regional distribution hubs

| Staff Writer

E-commerce has been one of the main drivers of industrial activity in the Chicago market in recent years. Led by several large users, the e-commerce industry has been responsible for absorbing large quantities of space, driving rental rates and spurring significant levels of new construction.

CRE V Michigan

Food continues to drive retail growth as new year begins

| Dan Rafter

The holiday season is coming to an end. Did you gain weight? You're not alone. Food is an integral part of the holidays. But that's not all. According to a new report from Colliers International, food is an important fuel for the retail business all year long.

CRE P Kansas

Project Downtown still a boon to Wichita

| Staff Writer

“You can’t be a suburb of nothing.” I’m not sure who to attribute that quote to but it was pretty relevant to Downtown Wichita prior to the 2010 adoption of Project Downtown – The Master Plan for Wichita. With the plan serving as the template for downtown revitalization, almost $500 million has been invested in the core area. A total of $1.…

Multifamily W Minnesota

The suburban apartment market is stronger than you think

| Staff Writer

Many real estate experts predicted that the multifamily market would run out of steam three years ago, and some are now saying they expect to see apartments take a dive next year. They were wrong in 2013, then again in 2014 and again in 2015. And the weight of evidence is against them in 2016.