More than 200 results for “mixed use”
Retail N Illinois

West Elm joins roster of merchants at Mellody Farm

Mellody Farm, Chicagoland’s largest and most recent ground-up retail development, has added West Elm to its merchant roster. A global design and lifestyle company with a commitment to conscientious design and sustainability, West Elm will occupy an 11,000-square-foot space at the center. West Elm, along with several other recent leases, bri…

CRE N Illinois

Q&A with Joe Antunovich

| Matt Baker

Joseph M. Antunovich, FAIA, the founder and president of Antunovich Associates, has had a long career designing ground-up buildings, master planning communities and preserving historic structures. But he’s more focused on the work at hand and what’s coming down the road than past projects.

Retail N Illinois

Fashion retailer Primark signs lease for location in Chicago's Loop

The Georgetown Company, a New York-based developer and owner of commercial, retail and mixed-use properties, has signed a lease with Primark for 35 N. State Street in Chicago. Primark will take over the entire 45,000-square-foot building and will trade from 36,200 square feet of retail space over three levels. The lease—which paves the way …

CRE N Illinois

Kaegi elicits mixed reactions at SIOR/AIRE/CCIM event

| Daniel Benassi, SIOR

New Cook County Assessor, Fritz Kaegi, is traveling around the county to articulate his new policies and platform, including a recent speech to a packed room at the May meeting of the Chicago Chapter of Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), co-hosted with the Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers (AIRE) and the Illinois …

Office N Illinois

Mixed-use Homewood property under contract in 60 days

Matanky Realty Group broker associate, M.J. Weinberger, has closed on the sale of a 10,800-square-foot residential/office building in downtown Homewood, Illinois. The transaction included a 10-unit mixed use building as well as an attached surface lot with 24 spaces. It was sold at 97 percent occupancy with many long-term tenants.

CRE N Illinois

Q&A: Dan McCaffery

| Matt Baker

Dan McCaffery has had a celebrated career in real estate spanning thirty years. He currently serves as CEO of McCaffery Interests, the firm he founded in 1990 that is behind a number of projects in Chicago and around the country.

CRE i Ohio

Third + Dayton mixed-use project moving ahead in Ohio

This summer, about 100 Miami University Hamilton students will move to the Third + Dayton project, a mixed-use redevelopment in downtown Hamilton, Ohio. The property owner, Industrial Realty Group, LLC (IRG), will renovate three floors of one of the former Ohio Casualty buildings into apartments. A portion will be used for international stu…

CRE O Indiana

Electric Works project to put charge in downtown Fort Wayne

| Dan Rafter

Development is already booming in the Indiana city of Fort Wayne, with $800 million in investment dollars already flowing into the city’s downtown. That’s why the Electric Works mixed-use development is such good news for this city. The sprawling development will bring new life to the 39 acres that once served as the Fort Wayne home of Gene…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: George Mack

| Matt Baker

George Mack joined Cresa in 2016 and has past experience raising debt and equity for corporate users of real estate. Mack has consulted on transactions valued over $120 million and advises Fortune 500 companies and private equity clients in asset monetization, office relocation, build-to-suit development, balance sheet restructuring and the…

Office N Illinois

Chicago cruise lines open downtown headquarters

Two local cruise lines—Chicago’s First Lady Cruises and Mercury, Chicago’s Skyline Cruiseline—have opened their new corporate headquarters in downtown Chicago on the 15th floor of 303 E. Wacker Drive. The new headquarters is steps away from the cruise lines’ docking area on the city’s vibrant Riverwalk and a convenient walk from Chicago’s F…

Industrial N Illinois

The state of the industrial market

| Whitney Carlisle

A panel of real estate brokers, investors and developers essentially all agreed that the industrial marketplace continues to flourish, surpassing just about every growth and expansion metric conceivable. The panel was convened at the 16th Annual CIP Summit, hosted by REjournals and I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of six talented pr…

CRE N Illinois

North Wells Capital acquires undeveloped River North lot

North Wells Capital LLC, the investment management affiliate of Chicago-based Urban Innovations, has acquired a surface parking lot located at 320 W. Huron Street, between Orleans and Franklin Streets in Chicago. The half-block site is one of the few remaining large land sites in the River North neighborhood.

Retail N Illinois

New Jewel ends 50-year food desert for Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood

The Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) joined with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and community members to celebrate the grand opening of a new Jewel-Osco store in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood. The move comes after more than $410 million in investment over nearly a decade of redevelopment efforts that started with a modest rehab of th…

CRE N Illinois

For cap rates, stability the driving force

| Matt Baker

During the second half of 2018, capitalization rates broadly remained stable, buoyed by a trio of macro factors—positive economic growth, abundant capital and a favorable supply/demand environment. This held true in the Chicago market, where only industrial saw a modest drop.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Bryan Rosenberg

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Bryan Rosenberg, a director in the Chicago office of HFF with more than eight years of experience in real estate and finance. His primary focus is office investment advisory  across the Midwest United States. Throughout his career, Rosenberg has been involved in more than $5 billi…

Multifamily N Illinois

Renovated mixed-use Pilsen building sells at $2.1M

The Cawthon-Labriola group of SVN Chicago Commercial sold a 13-unit mixed use building at 1700 W. 19th Street in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, marking their 71st transaction in the neighborhood. Angelo Labriola and Paul Cawthon represented the seller in the transaction. The building sold for $2,100,000.