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Multifamily Midwest

NMHC: Developers already planning the apartments of the future

| Dan Rafter

Officials with the National Multifamily Housing Council know that technology is changing everything. The company points at success stories such as Uber. It’s the largest taxi service on the globe, but the company doesn’t own a single vehicle. It looks, too, at Airbnb, a major player in the hospitality industry that doesn’t own a single property.

Retail Midwest

Grocery-anchored investment options: hard to swallow?

| Matt Baker

Due to a number of factors, traditional grocers’ markets are losing market share, leading investors away from grocery-anchored shopping centers. But according to new research from Morningstar Credit Ratings, a changing grocery marketplace and growth of food delivery will increasingly depend on brick-and-mortar locations.

Office N Illinois

Chicago metro office market may be slowing down

| Matt Baker

We are all acquainted with the caveat that past performance is no guarantee of future results. According to new research by Newmark Knight Frank, the Chicago office market may be poised for sluggishness, despite some positive indicators during the fourth quarter of 2017.

Retail P Kansas

Surviving the retail apocalypse: Polsinelli experts offer a guide

| Dan Rafter

By now, the headlines are familiar: Brick-and-mortar is dying, crushed by Amazon and the ever-growing popularity of online shopping. And the numbers appear to back this up, with more than 5,000 retail stores closing their doors in 2017. When Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy in late 2017, Bankruptcydata.com called it the third-largest retail b…

Industrial N Illinois

Amazon’s big spillover effect boosting industrial market

| Dan Rafter

Amazon continues to make a push in urban areas, building distribution facilities across the Midwest in the hopes of delivering their products ever faster to their customers. But not only is Amazon boosting the industrial markets across the country, it’s also creating an unusual spill-over effect.