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Office N Illinois

The state of the suburban Chicago office market

HFF director Bryan Rosenberg is speaking at our 3rd Annual State of the Suburban Office Market conference on September 20. The event features two panel discussions, “State of the Suburban Office Market,” for which Rosenberg is a panelist, and “Reassessing the Suburban Workplace: Keys to Attracting, Retailing Tenants.” The conference begins …

CRE v Wisconsin

Slow-growth city no more: Milwaukee CRE activity soaring

| Dan Rafter

It's not just downtown Milwaukee that's seeing a boom in commercial real estate leases, sales and development, it's all of the city and suburbs. Not only that, all of Southeastern Wisconsin is firmly in boom mode today when it comes to commercial real estate activity.

Retail Midwest

The secret to retail success? It's about experiences

|   Dan Rafter

Live in the Chicago neighborhoods of Wrigleyville or Lincoln Park? You’ll soon have the chance to scale 55-foot climbing walls, stretch your muscles in yoga classes and build your strength with free weights all in the same building. That’s when Planet Granite Climbing, Yoga and Fitness opens new gyms in these neighborhoods in just one more …

Multifamily N Illinois

The multifamily properties with the greatest investment potential

| Matt Baker

Looking to identify the nation’s most statistically undervalued multifamily properties, Enodo, an automated underwriting platform for multifamily real estate, recently applied its price and cap rate prediction algorithms to a database of 1.7 million assets. The properties identified by the research are statistically underpriced for their re…

CRE N Illinois

First look at the new Chicago Architecture Center

| Matt Baker

The Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) cut the ribbon today on their new home along the Chicago River, as well as a new public face. The Chicago Architecture Center (CAC), which will be open to visitors beginning this Friday, August 31, will serve as the base for the organization’s outreach, and as its new name, as the CAF rebrands to the CAC.

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Insider: The rise of data centers

| Elise A. Couston, SIOR

This month, the Industrial Insider will explore the rise of data centers. As the property type continues to experience double-digit growth and we expect that this type of development will continue to expand well into the next decade.

Retail Midwest

The big prediction at Net Lease Summit: A slowdown isn't near

| Dan Rafter

The state of the net lease market? It remains strong. And this is something that doesn’t look to change throughout the rest of this year and into next, according to the speakers at REJournals’ and Midwest Real Estate News’ fourth annual Net Lease Summit held last week in Chicago.

CRE Midwest

When it comes to commercial real estate, the suburbs matter, too

| Todd Sachse

At a time when downtowns and urban cores in cities across the Midwest and the nation are making a comeback, and redevelopment continues to reenergize and revitalize high-profile civic centers, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that cities do not exist in a vacuum. The suburbs play an important role in shaping the commercial and profession…