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Industrial Midwest

As online grocery sales grow, cold-storage demand heats up

| Dan Rafter

The demand for new distribution centers across the country has been well-documented: Consumers increasingly want their gym shoes, video games and flat-screen TVs delivered in one or two days. But the growth of online grocery sales has boosted demand for another kind of warehouse, cold-storage. And that demand is only expected to rise, accor…

Industrial Midwest

Industrial market still charmed in the Midwest

| Dan Rafter

Ecommerce and the push for last-mile distribution centers continue to provide a boost to the U.S. industrial market, with Avison Young reporting that 272 million square feet of industrial construction was completed throughout the United States in the first quarter of 2019.

Retail P Kansas

CarMarx opening customer care center in Olathe

The Kansas City Area Development Council announced that CarMax, a member of the Fortune 500 and S&P 500, is opening a new customer experience center this July in Olathe, Kansas, part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The nation’s largest retailer of used cars will create about 300 jobs here, and will hire customer experience consultants…

CRE N Illinois

10 things property managers can do to increase ROI

| Diana Pittro

The multifamily industry is in constant change and more crowded than ever before with projects across all asset classes. To stay competitive, property managers must change with it. Here are 10 things property managers can do to provide increased value to owners and asset managers—and to add to the bottom line of their portfolios.

Industrial N Illinois

The U.S. labor shortage: Is it real or economic semantics?

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

The U.S. economy is benefitting from one of the longest economic expansions in history, with more than 118 months of sustained growth, extending the longest employment expansion on record. As a result, labor market conditions have tightened in recent years, with shortages of qualified workers reported among multiple trades and occupations.

Multifamily N Illinois

Chicago's multifamily market thriving, evolving

| Matt Baker

With all the activity going on in multifamily these days, many question what the next frontier of this asset class looks like. Yesterday morning, over 225 people had their questions answered at the 10th Annual Chicagoland Multifamily & Affordable Housing Real Estate Summit, hosted by REjournals.

Industrial N Illinois

Online grocery and last mile growth continue to drive food space usage

| Todd Heine

The growth in fresh and organic food products and last mile delivery is fueling significant demand for industrial space in Chicago and across the country. As a central location for food production, warehousing and distribution since the 1800s, Chicago continues to attract a diverse range of manufacturers, distributors and food ingredient companies.