More than 200 results for “sale”
CRE N Illinois

Stockbridge adds associate to Chicago office

Stockbridge, a San Francisco-based real estate investment firm, has hired Thomas Grusecki Jr. as an associate on the firm’s Chicago team. With more than 8 years of real estate investment and acquisition experience, Grusecki will focus on capital markets activities for the firm’s Core and Value-Added Business nationally.

Finance X Missouri

Berkadia sells 408-unit multifamily property in Kansas City

Berkadia closed the sale of The Kings, a 408-unit garden-style multifamily property in Kansas City, Missouri. Senior Managing Director Alex Blagojevich of Berkadia’s Chicago office, along with Senior Director Michael Sullivan and Director Brett Meinzer of Berkadia’s Kansas City, Missouri, office completed the sale.

Industrial N Illinois

Activity and demand hold steady at O’Hare

| Matt Baker

Through the third quarter of 2019, robust demand has continued to drive activity in Chicago’s overall industrial market. In the O’Hare area, the need for logistical, flex, as well as manufacturing space is keeping the submarket active.

Retail O Indiana

Mid-America sells 5,000-square-foot retail center in South Bend

Mid-America Real Estate Corporation’s Investment Sales team recently brokered the sale of ATI/AT&T in South Bend, Indiana. The 5,013-square-foot center was purchased by a private West Coast-based investor in a 1031 exchange. The property closed at 98.7 percent of the listing price and generated multiple offers.

CRE N Illinois

$3 million land sale proof that West Loop still booming

The 41,796-square-foot land site located at 2123-2147 W. Madison Street in Chicago’s Near West Side sold after less than three months on the market. Scott R. Maesel and Adam Thomas of SVN Chicago Commercial represented the seller in the transaction. The land, currently zoned to permit 104 units, sold for $3,100,000 to an all-cash buyer.

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.