More than 200 results for “national”
Retail Midwest

Retail apocalypse? More like retail revolution

| Dan Rafter

The addition of three Meijer grocery stores and two Menards home-improvement stores gave a boost to the retail sector in the Cleveland and Akron areas. But despite these high-profile additions, the retail sector here – as it does across the country – faces challenges.

Industrial Q Kentucky

MK Asset closes big deal in Louisville

MK Asset Brokerage, a Chicago-based commercial real estate investment, brokerage and advisory firm, has completed transactions totaling about 500,000 square feet in Riverside, California, and Louisville, Kentucky. The value of the transactions exceeded $25 million in aggregate lease expense.

CRE V Michigan

Savills grows presence in Detroit

Savills has recruited tenant representation advisors Gregory Bockart and Peter McGrath in Detroit, with both brokers joining from Colliers International. Their arrival builds on the firm’s presence in the region and extends its capabilities in the local market.

Industrial N Illinois

Westmount Realty Capital hires seasoned property manager in Chicago

Commercial real estate development and investment management firm Westmount Realty Capital, LLC has hired John Humphrey as senior property manager—Chicago. Humphrey brings over 23 years of commercial real estate asset and property management experience to Westmount and will oversee the company’s Chicago-area industrial portfolio of 4.675 mi…

Legal Midwest

Husch Blackwell launches construction academy

Husch Blackwell has launched a comprehensive, industry-based knowledge center, Construction Academy, that seeks to foster learning, create interactions and build value for its participants. The industry-focused law firm is responsible for the programming and administration of the academy, which aims to include diverse voices and stakeholder…

CRE N Illinois

Chicago a top-three market for tech talent growth

| Matt Baker

The high-tech industry has accounted for about one-fifth of major office-leasing activity in the U.S. since 2018—more than any other industry. With its access to labor, higher education pipeline and relative affordability, Chicago is poised to capitalize from a recent top-three ranking among North American markets for attracting tech workers.