More than 200 results for “river city”
Multifamily i Ohio

Lack of inventory only thing slowing Cincinnati apartment market

| Robert Merkt, Lee & Associates

The Cincinnati Apartment rental market continues to be robust with a strong appetite for units in the urban core and particularly in Cincinnati’s CBD. This trend has been ongoing for several years with conversions and new units coming online in the Over the Rhine neighborhood as well as the development at The Banks.

CRE N Illinois

On the Corner: Clark & Washington

| Peter Holstein

The story begins in a basement at the corner of Clark and Washington. Even better, in the Torrens Vault of the Cook County Building. The vault is tantalizingly archaic and contains thousands of handwritten corner stories going all the way back to the beginning. Lines and lines which once passed as everyday penmanship now to us post-millenni…

Retail O Indiana

SRS closes $30 million shopping center sale in Indiana

SRS Real Estate Partners National Net Lease Group of Detroit has completed the $30 million sale of Jefferson Town Center West, a newly developed, 184,663-square-foot, regional shopping center at 4251 Town Center Boulevard in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The center, which is 100-percent leased, will be completed by the end of 2019.

Office N Illinois

Chicago a top target for tech expansion

| Matt Baker

In the past year, technology firms accounted for more than 4 million square feet of occupancy in the Chicago CBD. With new tech job creation happening every year, the city is fast becoming a hub for West Coast firms seeking cheaper space.

Office N Illinois

Turning the modern office on its side

| Matt Baker

For 25 years, Chicago was home to the world’s tallest building. Bigger is still better for today’s office tenants—just not necessarily taller. Looking to offer the large floor plates that users crave, one megadevelopment will incorporate something unique to the city: the sidescraper.

Office V Michigan

Grand Rapids office market stays strong in third quarter

| Dan Rafter

How popular has Grand Rapids, Michigan, become? Earlier this year, Reuters named the city one of the country’s top-20 “superstar metro areas” based on the number of new jobs created here from 2010 to 2017. Given the economic strength of Grand Rapids, it’s not surprising that the city is seeing plenty of commercial real estate activity, too.