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CRE N Illinois

Investors rushing to place capital before expected slowdown later this year

| Matt Baker

In Chicago and nationally, commercial real estate investors, brokers and lenders all agree that the industry will see strong activity for the first half of 2020. However, dynamics such as a decelerating economy, trade conflicts, labor availability and the presidential election may turn some actors into fence-sitters by the second half of the year.

Office N Illinois

Tech company Rocketmiles continues expansion in Chicago's West Loop

Fast-growing tech company Rocketmiles continues to accelerate its growth at 641 W. Lake Street in Chicago’s West Loop. Colliers International | Chicago’s Corby Marx and Chris Freeman recently completed the company’s second expansion in as many years. The latest lease for 7,181 square feet brings Rocketmiles’ total square footage at the prop…

Legal N Illinois

Real estate wholesaling in Illinois: An investment strategy under scrutiny

| Bryan Johnson

An investor negotiates a contract to buy a piece of real property, finds another buyer willing to pay more for it, and then assigns his or her interest in the parcel to that buyer for a fee. That, in a nutshell, is what is known as “wholesaling,” a real estate investment vehicle most commonly associated with distressed properties. When it w…

CRE W Minnesota

Minneapolis office of Transwestern adds to roster

Ben Cookson has joined Transwestern Commercial Services’ Occupier Solutions Group in Minneapolis as a Brokerage Associate. Cookson joins the team of Brian Fogelberg, Will McDonald and Emily Claridge to provide tenant advisory services to the team’s local and national roster of corporate clients.

CRE W Minnesota

Minneapolis' Opus Design Build selects new president, CEO

Dave Bangasser, president and chief executive officer of Minneapolis-based Opus Design Build, L.L.C. will retire effective April 2 of this year. Tom Becker, current regional vice president of Opus Design Build, will then become president and chief executive officer of the business unit.

Multifamily i Ohio

Lack of inventory only thing slowing Cincinnati apartment market

| Robert Merkt, Lee & Associates

The Cincinnati Apartment rental market continues to be robust with a strong appetite for units in the urban core and particularly in Cincinnati’s CBD. This trend has been ongoing for several years with conversions and new units coming online in the Over the Rhine neighborhood as well as the development at The Banks.