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CRE N Illinois

The suite smell of parking success

| Gorm Tuxen

Parking is an invaluable asset for developers and building owners. Well-designed and implemented parking resources increase any property’s value, while poorly conceived parking can undermine the same property. Fortunately for owners and developers, the parking industry is in the midst of a technology renaissance that is making parking more …

Multifamily N Illinois

First peek at the Tribune Tower Residences

| Matt Baker

Nearly a century ago, the Chicago Tribune launched an architectural competition to design a new headquarters. The resulting building—an iconic, neo-Gothic gem on Chicago’s famed Michigan Avenue—will welcome residents instead of office workers when the Tribune Tower Residences opens next year.

CRE L Iowa

Stahl building $28 million elementary school in Iowa

Stahl was selected by the Urbandale Community School District for the construction of a two-story, 118,000-square-foot elementary school in Urbandale, Iowa. The new $28 million building, located at 7110 Prairie Ave., will replace the existing Olmsted Elementary and feature state-of-the-art classrooms, kitchen and cafeteria, gymnasium, admin…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Harrison Cohen

| Matt Baker

In February 2018, Harrison Cohen joined Triton Realty Group as a commercial investment advisor specializing in the sale of multifamily and mixed-use properties in the Chicagoland area. Cohen has been a licensed attorney for five years and hit the ground running at Triton, closing his first sale three months into the business. Since joining …

Multifamily N Illinois

Vermilion breaks ground on 55-unit Alcove Wicker Park

Chicago-based Vermilion Development has started construction on Alcove Wicker Park, a new development of 43 condominiums and 12 townhomes located between Division Street and Milwaukee Avenue and scheduled for delivery in summer/fall 2020. Set back from the street in a protected courtyard, the property offers a quiet residential feel in the

Retail Midwest

Adapt and evolve: Making the big decisions about big-box retail

| Ron Goldstone

One of the defining features of the current retail real estate landscape in Southeast Michigan is the availability of mid- and big-box retail spaces. Depending on local market conditions and a range of other site-specific factors, there are viable options for filling those spaces—but not all of those options are retailers. Increasingly, ada…