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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.

Multifamily Midwest

The sector with the strongest outlook? It's not industrial

| Dan Rafter

Which commercial sector is the strongest? Across the Midwest and the United States, it’s long been a battle between industrial and multifamily. A new report, though, suggests that rising demand and slowing construction will provide an additional boost to the multifamily sector starting in 2020. And that small boost could mean a future that’…

Retail Midwest

Adapt and evolve: Making the big decisions about big-box retail

| Ron Goldstone

One of the defining features of the current retail real estate landscape in Southeast Michigan is the availability of mid- and big-box retail spaces. Depending on local market conditions and a range of other site-specific factors, there are viable options for filling those spaces—but not all of those options are retailers. Increasingly, ada…

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.

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.