More than 200 results for “technology”
CRE N Illinois

CRG hires real estate veteran Geoffrey Kasselman

CRG, a national real estate development and investment firm, announced the hiring of Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR, LEED AP, as partner and senior vice president, workplace strategy. Kasselman will oversee national accounts and lead all client-related initiatives for the company’s expanding industrial, office and data center project delivery platform.

Office N Illinois

Darktrace triples Chicago footprint with 10,290-SF lease

CBRE recently represented Darktrace, a leading cyber AI defense firm, in a 10,293-square-foot lease at 333 N. Michigan Avenue in Chicago. The move marks a significant expansion for the company, which opened its Chicago office in 2018 with just 2,858 square feet the building. Darktrace will now occupy a full floor at the property beginning i…

CRE W Minnesota

Minneapolis engineering firm Stantec adds to roster

Patrick Haney has joined global design and engineering firm Stantec in Minneapolis. Haney is a seasoned water professional whose career focus has been on planning, design and construction of water, wastewater, reuse water and biosolids infrastructure for municipal, federal industrial and commercial clients.

CRE N Illinois

Studio Gang brings technology fellow in house

Studio Gang announced that their longtime collaborator, structural engineer Peter Heppel, has joined Studio Gang’s Chicago office as a technology fellow. Specializing in lightweight structures and aerodynamics, Heppel will draw on his decades of experience and unique knowledge of structural design and wind engineering to work closely with d…

CRE O Indiana

A slowdown brewing in Indianapolis? There are no signs

| Dan Rafter

There have been few signs of a slowdown in the Indianapolis commercial real estate market. In fact, sales, leases and new construction in this key Midwest city all remain strong. Why? To find out, Mdwest Real Estate News spoke to David Funke, managing director with the Indianapolis office of CBRE. Here’s what he had to say.