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CRE L Iowa

The future looks bright -- and busy -- for Des Moines

| Dan Rafter

Take an educated workforce and a prime location in the center of the United States. Add in a low cost of doing business and a strong interstate highway system. It’s a formula for commercial real estate success. And city that has all this? Des Moines, Iowa.

Office N Illinois

Singerman Real Estate moving to new Mag Mile space

Singerman Real Estate, a real estate private equity firm, is relocating to a new, 8,000-square-foot corporate headquarters office at 980 N. Michigan Avenue in Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. The firm has retained the project and development services division of Clear Height Properties to serve as project manager for tenant improvement assignmen…

CRE W Minnesota

Midwest Commercial Hall of Fame: NKF's Jim Damiani

| Dan Rafter

Each year, Midwest Real Estate News runs its Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame issue, highlighting the careers of the top CRE pros in our region. This year, we are also running these profiles online. Today, we look at the success of Jim Damiani, executive managing director of the Minneapolis office of Newmark Knight Frank.

Office i Ohio

Booming? No. But Cleveland's office market remains steady

| Dan Rafter

The biggest office sale in Cleveland in the first quarter of the year came relatively late: Oaktree Capital Management’s $51.5 million purchase of PNC’s operations at 4100 W. 150th St. But while that transaction grabbed most of the headlines, it wasn’t the only big office sale of the first quarter here.

CRE N Illinois

Jessica Doll joins GlenStar to lead new marketing program

GlenStar has appointed Jessica Doll as director of marketing and customer experience. This newly created position puts Doll, a 15-year commercial real estate marketing veteran, at the helm of marketing, branding and tenant community activities. Doll will be based in the firm’s downtown Chicago headquarters.

Multifamily N Illinois

Three tips for using virtual staging to wow prospective tenants

| Sarah Anderson

When it comes to renting or leasing vacant apartments or condos, prospective tenants often encounter the same challenges facing those scoping out houses—it’s hard to visualize how they’d live and work in an empty space. Savvy property managers or commercial property owners leasing those apartments are deploying high tech tools to help prosp…

Industrial Midwest

As online grocery sales grow, cold-storage demand heats up

| Dan Rafter

The demand for new distribution centers across the country has been well-documented: Consumers increasingly want their gym shoes, video games and flat-screen TVs delivered in one or two days. But the growth of online grocery sales has boosted demand for another kind of warehouse, cold-storage. And that demand is only expected to rise, accor…

CRE O Indiana

Electric Works project to put charge in downtown Fort Wayne

| Dan Rafter

Development is already booming in the Indiana city of Fort Wayne, with $800 million in investment dollars already flowing into the city’s downtown. That’s why the Electric Works mixed-use development is such good news for this city. The sprawling development will bring new life to the 39 acres that once served as the Fort Wayne home of Gene…

Industrial Midwest

Is the industrial sector heading for slower growth?

| Dan Rafter

The industrial market has been so hot for so long, it’s easy to assume that this sector will continue booming for years. But a forecast published yesterday by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services casts some doubt on just how much growth this sector will see during the next three years.