More than 200 results for “opportunity zone”
Industrial N Illinois

Prologis to acquire Industrial Property Trust in $4B deal

Logistics real estate giant Prologis, Inc. has signed a definitive merger agreement to acquire Industrial Property Trust Inc. (IPT). Prologis will acquire IPT's wholly owned real estate assets for approximately $3.99 billion in a cash transaction, including the assumption and repayment of debt. The transaction is expected to close by the fi…

CRE N Illinois

NKF Chicago Office adds capital markets brokers Sandquist and Asensio

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the addition of leading corporate capital markets and net lease brokers to its Chicago office. With over 35 years of combined experience, vice chairman Andrew Sandquist and managing director J.C. Asensio join NKF, specializing in sale-leaseback solutions for corporate occupiers and mergers and acquisitio…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Anthony Farella

As a vice president at North Wells Capital, Anthony Farella assists with the company’s commercial real estate investment and development activities. Since joining the firm in 2016 he has helped grow, manage and add value to a portfolio of commercial assets in both the River North neighborhood of Chicago as well as in Milwaukee.

Legal N Illinois

Five must-dos when designing a law firm workplace

| Clay Edwards and Marty Festenstein

Law firms are placing ever-increasing importance on thoughtful workplace design to attract and retain top talent, making every office build-out or renovation a critical opportunity to win the talent war. With millennials expected to comprise 75 percent of the workforce by 2030, law firm design trends are being driven by an evolving culture …

Retail N Illinois

The bank backfill: Sourcing retail tenants for vacant branches

| Matt Baker

This week, 44 bank branches throughout Chicagoland will shut down as a redundancy mitigation measure following Fifth Third Bank’s acquisition of MB Financial in March. Property owners will want to get a new tenant lined up as soon as possible, but there’s one issue: the only fitting tenants for these spaces are other banks.