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

Dearborn Homes community in Chicago's Bronzeville set to go solar

In a first of its kind public and private sector innovation project for Chicago, the Dearborn Homes public housing development that serves more than 600 families in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood is producing renewable energy via private solar panels primarily on its rooftops. This solar installation completed this month supports ComEd’…

CRE X Missouri

Civil inspector joins St. Louis' Kwame

Derrick Stanton has joined St. Louis’ Kwame Building Group, Inc. as a civil inspector. Stanton’s responsibilities include inspecting construction sites for KWAME’s infrastructure, transportation and commercial projects.

Industrial N Illinois

The state of the industrial market

| Whitney Carlisle

A panel of real estate brokers, investors and developers essentially all agreed that the industrial marketplace continues to flourish, surpassing just about every growth and expansion metric conceivable. The panel was convened at the 16th Annual CIP Summit, hosted by REjournals and I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of six talented pr…

CRE W Minnesota

St. Paul engineering firm SEH hires new CEO

St. Paul, Minnesota-based engineering firm Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. named David Ott as the company’s next chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board. Ott joined SEH on April 1 and officially assumes the position May 1, 2019.

CRE X Missouri

Cushman & Wakefield: Commercial still thriving in Kansas City

| Dan Rafter

Investors from across the globe are sinking their dollars into Kansas City’s commercial real estate stock. And this isn’t surprising. As a new report from Cushman & Wakefield says, the Kansas City metropolitan area saw growth across all of its commercial real estate sectors last year.

Industrial N Illinois

Online grocery and last mile growth continue to drive food space usage

| Todd Heine

The growth in fresh and organic food products and last mile delivery is fueling significant demand for industrial space in Chicago and across the country. As a central location for food production, warehousing and distribution since the 1800s, Chicago continues to attract a diverse range of manufacturers, distributors and food ingredient companies.

CRE N Illinois

Kinzie Industrial Corridor flex space sells for $3.9 million

Interra Realty announced the $3.9 million sale of 1827 W. Hubbard Street, a 33,000-square-foot flex office building in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood, within the boundaries of the Kinzie Industrial Corridor. Interra director Colin O’Malley and co-founding principal Jon Morgan represented the private seller. The buyer was Chicago-based Day…