22 results for “old second bank”
CRE N Illinois

Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation raises $560,000 at 20th annual dinner

On October 16th, 750 people, largely from Chicago’s esteemed commercial real estate industry, gathered at the the Hilton Chicago for the Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation’s 20th Annual Dinner. The event raised a record-breaking $560,000 to benefit the foundation’s two-pronged mission of funding gastrointestinal (GI) cancer research and advanci…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Adam Southard

| Matt Baker

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Adam Southard, managing director at Savills Studley’s Chicago office. With seven years of Wall Street banking and financial services experience, Southard offers expertise in corporate finance, accounting, public company reporting, and CRE financing.

Retail N Illinois

Anchors away: Are these malls in danger?

| Matt Baker

Ever since the mid to late 20th Century when modern malls were first developed, anchor tenants have controlled much about how these retail centers operate. Leveraging the foot traffic that they draw in, for example, anchors have historically enjoyed nominal rents that are a fraction of the per-square-footage rate that smaller, in-line tenants pay.

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.…

CRE Midwest

Tammy Bauer: Taking Nothing For Granted

| B. Herron

16 years ago, a friend suggested that Tammy Bauer speak to a great company. That company was Equity Investment Group, and like many others, Bauer said she fell into commercial real estate.