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Retail i Ohio

Six retailers joining Easton Town Center near Columbus

Easton Town Center, a mixed-use complex northeast of Columbus co-developed by The Georgetown Company, L Brands and Steiner + Associates, is adding six new retailers to the town center’s $500 million expansion, including Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Café & Speakeasy, Arhaus Furniture, Pins Mechanical Co., The Beeline, Forbidden Root Restaurant an…

CRE V Michigan

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: DAR Development's David Denton

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, honoring the top CRE pros in the region. This year, we are running these profiles online, too. Here is a look at the busy career of David Denton, vice president of real estate brokerage with the Grand Rapids, Michigan, office of DAR Development.

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.

Office N Illinois

GSF opens tenth innovation center In Chicago's West Loop

Irvine, California-based Golden State Foods (GSF) unveiled their newest office space and Innovation Center in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood. The space features product development workstations and was designed to be a food innovation hub as well as to replicate full-scale plant production systems for efficient commercialization.

Multifamily i Ohio

Smartland seeking investors for two funds in Northeast Ohio

A fast-growing, relatively new player on the Cleveland commercial real estate scene, real estate investment firm Smartland LLC., is currently seeking investors for two funds: a $22 million fund to focuse on properties in Qualified Opportunity Zone areas of Cleveland and a $50 million fund that will acquire multifamily and light industrial p…

Office V Michigan

The goal for south Ann Arbor? Building that neighborhood feel

| Dan Rafter

Vacant space is far from plentiful in downtown Ann Arbor. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for new retailers, apartment units and restaurants in the areas surrounding the center of this town. That’s especially true of an area south of Ann Arbor near the intersection of State Street and Eisenhower Parkway.