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CRE N Illinois

On the Corner: LaSalle & Monroe

| Laura Stanley

LaSalle & Monroe is the reason I’ve spent the last four years in Chicago. It has been the hub of my life. It’s where I started my first job, was hired by my first manager, created lifelong friendships through the training program at the PrivateBank and it brought me to people I may not have met otherwise. It launched my career and will allo…

Industrial N Illinois

Off market, 110,355-SF industrial building trades in Aurora

Transwestern Commercial Services brokered the off-market sale of 2350 Prospect Drive in Aurora, Illinois. The 110,355-square-foot property was purchased by Black Creek Group, a Denver-based real estate investment management firm. Executive vice presidents Justin Lerner and Joe Karmin provided acquisition services on behalf of Black Creek Group.

Office N Illinois

Intercom triples Chicago office space with new Fulton Market lease

Intercom, a business messaging platform based out of San Francisco, has signed a 52,676-square-foot lease at 1330 W. Fulton Street in Fulton Market. This represents a significant expansion for Intercom’s Chicago office, which will nearly triple its space at the property from 17,655 square feet. Intercom was represented in the transaction by…

CRE N Illinois

Ryan Companies promotes Jim McDonald to Great Lakes region market leader

Ryan Companies US, Inc. announced the promotion of Jim McDonald to market leader of the Great Lakes Region, which consists of offices in the Chicago area and Milwaukee. McDonald, who has worked at Ryan for over 20 years, most recently as senior vice president of real estate development, has been an integral leader in several high-profile pr…

CRE N Illinois

Know before you grow: Secrets of successful cannabis facilities

| Andy Poticha

As cannabis legalization sweeps the Midwest, demand for facilities to grow, process and sell cannabis products is skyrocketing. A shared concern in every state is product shortages; will there be enough cultivation facilities to provide product to the market? Therein lies the makings of a rush to market—and a building boom.