32 results for “pullman”
Multifamily N Illinois

Artists move into new Pullman Artspace Lofts

The Pullman Artspace Lofts, an innovative live/work space designed for artists, welcomed its first residents at the start of 2020. The first new residential development in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood in about 50 years features the historic restoration of two apartment buildings which bookend a newly constructed residence.

Industrial N Illinois

The state of the industrial market

| Whitney Carlisle

A panel of real estate brokers, investors and developers essentially all agreed that the industrial marketplace continues to flourish, surpassing just about every growth and expansion metric conceivable. The panel was convened at the 16th Annual CIP Summit, hosted by REjournals and I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of six talented pr…

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.

CRE N Illinois

Urban agriculture firm Gotham Greens will double its footprint in Chicago

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gotham Greens broke ground yesterday on the first phase of a 140,000-square-foot greenhouse facility in the Pullman neighborhood on Chicago’s south side. The state-of-the-art indoor farm will be built on vacant land at the former Ryerson industrial site, which is being acquired from Chicago Neighborhood Initia…

Finance N Illinois

Tax overall could mean big changes for developers working affordable housing, historic properties

| Sara Freund

For those concerned with recent proposals to overhaul the nation’s tax code, it can feel like they’re dealing with a giant pile of what-if and if-then scenarios. The proposals from the House and Senate aren’t winning over everyone, but do they ever? But within the tax bill lie a few key components that are important for the commercial real …

Multifamily N Illinois

A stinky situation: Chicago's dog poop problem

| Dan Rafter

RentHop recently published a study on dog poop complaints throughout Chicago. Turns out, 2016 was a record-setting year in the city for people complaining about dog owners leaving behind smelly gifts on their front lawns. And RentHop has discovered, using data from the city of Chicago's list of Sanitation Code Violations, that 2017 is on tr…