126 results for “self-storage”
Multifamily X Missouri

Raj Tut: From one mobile home deal to more than 500 units

| Dan Rafter

Raj Tut started O’Fallon, Illinois-based Gateway Multifamily Group in 2013 to invest in multifamily properties throughout the St. Louis area. When Tut started the firm, Gateway’s portfolio was limited to a single mobile home. Today, Gateway owns more than 500 units — about half multifamily and half self-storage, with a small bit of retail —…

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial infill still driving activity in Chicago market

| Matt Baker

Nationally and in Chicago, developers are turning to construction, innovation and technology to meet tenant demand for industrial product. According to Avison Young’s Q1 2018 market overview, the U.S. industrial market, all 12 billion square feet of it, ended the first-quarter of 2018 with an impressive five percent vacancy rate overall.

Finance N Illinois

Inland Mortgage Capital closes $200M in small-balance bridge loans

Inland Mortgage Capital, LLC (“IMC”), a private lender specializing in intermediate-term mortgages for value-add commercial real estate, announced that it reached $200 million in closed loans under its small-balance, non-recourse bridge program. Since launching the program in 2015, IMC has provided financing for commercial real estate natio…

CRE N Illinois

BSC Group promotes Stephen Lee to SVP

The BSC Group, LLC, a leading commercial real estate financing advisor and provider of debt and equity capital solutions for commercial property owners, announced the promotion of Stephen Lee to senior vice president. His primary responsibility will be to source capital market debt products for BSC clients across a wide range of commercial …

CRE Midwest

Self-storage rents on the rise across United States

| Dan Rafter

One of the most consistently reliable commercial real estate investments? Self-storage units. And a new study showing how much Americans are willing to spend on these units each month shows just how solid this investment type can be.