More than 200 results for “transportation industry”
Industrial N Illinois

The rising value of close-in distribution space

| Amy Binstein

Once thought of largely as opportunities for conversion to residential lofts and open offices, the close-in urban warehouse is having a resurgence in popularity. Accelerating growth of e-commerce and rising demand from consumers for next-day delivery has highlighted the need for companies to locate warehouses and distribution centers close …

Office N Illinois

Industrious expands Chicago presence, doubles space at Ogilve Station

Flexible workspace provider, ​Industrious​, has signed additional space for its ​Chicago – Ogilvie​ location at 500 W. Madison Street in Accenture Tower. The 1.46-million-square-foot office tower, owned by ​KBS​, will now host over 93,000 square-feet of coworking space, up from Industrious’ original 46,500-square-foot space.

Industrial N Illinois

The last word on last mile

| Matt Baker

Ever since the e-commerce revolution, the real estate industry has grappled with the concept of the last mile—where it is, how to build it up and how to capitalize on it. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the answers to these remain elusive.

CRE N Illinois

Autonomous cars on a crash course with the real estate industry

| Michael Zaransky

You stroll out of your house in the countryside, hop into the self-driving car you ordered and settle in with your coffee and your laptop, not worrying about the fact that it will take you an hour or more to get to work. Though it sounds futuristic, this scenario could become a reality within the next decade.

CRE N Illinois

Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

| Matt Baker

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation and investor activity.