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Industrial N Illinois

Industrial sentiment stays strong as we sail into 2020

| Matt Baker

There are strong headwinds that may turn the bull real estate market bear, such as a decelerating economy and a simmering trade war. But a new sentiment survey suggests that the industrial sector is riding a separate current that should propel it beyond any slowdown in the overall market.

Finance N Illinois

Mag Mile Capital completes $12.5M bank loan for R&R Global Partners

Mag Mile Capital closed a $12,500,000, seven-year, fixed-rate, 73 percent LTV, limited-recourse loan on behalf of Bryan Rishforth and Philadelphia-based firm, R&R Global Partners. Located in the near northwest suburb of Lincolnwood, Illinois at 6850 McCormick Boulevard, the subject property is anchored by Walmart’s new online grocery and co…

CRE i Ohio

Three questions with ... Cushman & Wakefield's Mike Sullivan

| Dan Rafter

A member of the capital markets team in Cushman & Wakefield’s Cincinnati office, senior director Mike Sullivan is an industry veteran who understands the ins and outs of the commercial real estate market. A specialist in office, industrial and medical office properties, Sullivan shared his thoughts on the state of the CRE market both nation…

CRE Q Kentucky

Louisville Commercial Real Estate Summit a crowd-pleaser

| Dan Rafter

Louisville’s commercial real estate market is a strong one, with all the main sectors – multifamily, industrial, office and even retail – showing strength. That explains the big crowd – more than 150 CRE professionals – that filled the conference room at the Omni Hotel for REjournals.com’s and Midwest Real Estate News’ fourth annual Louisvi…

Industrial N Illinois

The rising value of close-in distribution space

| Amy Binstein

Once thought of largely as opportunities for conversion to residential lofts and open offices, the close-in urban warehouse is having a resurgence in popularity. Accelerating growth of e-commerce and rising demand from consumers for next-day delivery has highlighted the need for companies to locate warehouses and distribution centers close …

Retail Midwest

The problem with U.S. retail? There's too much of it

| Dan Rafter

The number of store closings and retail bankruptcy filings have to slow in the coming years, right? There have been so many of both, it only makes sense that in 2020 and beyond, we’ll see fewer retailers shuttering locations and even fewer declaring bankruptcy, right?

CRE i Ohio

Hall of Fame profile: Marcus & Millichap's Craig Fuller

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame, honoring the top CRE professionals across the Midwest. We also run these profiles online each week. Today, we look at the career of Craig Fuller. Based out of Cleveland, Fuller is a senior director and senior vice president of investments within Marcus & Milli…

Finance i Ohio

Three key questions with ... NorthMarq's Susan Branscome

| Dan Rafter

Susan Branscome, senior vice president and managing director of the Cincinnati office of NorthMarq, knows the ins and outs of the Cincinnati commercial real estate market. Because of this, Midwest Real Estate News asked her three key questions about the strength of the Cincinnati CRE market and the health of its commercial sectors.

Multifamily Q Kentucky

Louisville's apartment market still chugging along

| Dan Rafter

Craig Collins, senior director with Cushman & Wakefield|Commercial Kentucky, has been brokering multifamily deals in the Louisville market for more than three decades. When he says that Louisville’s multifamily sector is as strong as it’s ever been? That means something.

Retail N Illinois

Retail is dead. Long live retail.

| Matt Baker

There have been plenty of obituaries written for retail real estate, an unfortunate casualty of consumers’ choosing to shop online. But the sector isn’t moribund, it’s molting. Five-and-dimes and malls were once the hot new thing before becoming passé; this is just the next step in the evolution of physical retail.