More than 200 results for “venture one real estate”
Finance N Illinois

JLL arranges financing for ELEVATE in Chicago's Lincoln Park

JLL has arranged financing for ELEVATE, a newly built, 11-story luxury apartment building located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. JLL worked on behalf of the borrower, a joint venture between Baker Development Company and USAA Real Estate, to place the long-term, fixed-rate loan Fannie Mae through Greystone.

Office N Illinois

Construction begins on new Fulton Market office building, Fulton East

Construction has started on Fulton East, a 12-story, 90,000-square-foot office and retail building at 215 N. Peoria Street, in the heart of Chicago’s Fulton Market District. Developed by Peoria Green Owner LLC, a venture of veteran Chicago-based real estate developers Bob Wislow and Camille Julmy, the project should wrap up by spring 2020.

Industrial N Illinois

Venture One fund acquires 78,862-SF Lombard, IL warehouse

Venture One Real Estate—through its acquisition fund, VK Industrial IV, LP, a partnership between Venture One and Kovitz Investment Group—has closed on the acquisition of a 78,862 square foot industrial building located at 1001-1043 N. Lombard Road in Lombard, Illinois. The multi-tenant building is currently 86 percent leased to eight tenants.

Industrial N Illinois

Venture One fund snaps up 82,000-SF industrial portfolio

Venture One Real Estate—through its acquisition fund, VK Industrial IV, LP, a partnership between Venture One and Kovitz Investment Group—has closed on the acquisition of a 82,242-square-foot, two-building industrial portfolio located at 1200 Karl Court and 1210 Karl Court in Wauconda, Illinois. Both properties were vacant at acquisition.

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…

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Eric Johnson

| Matt Baker

Eric Johnson recently joined Industrial Outdoor Ventures as vice president of development and acquisitions. Having worked in the past on a variety of complex rail-, port- and infrastructure-related industrial development projects, he oversee the firm’s development activity, from land acquisition through the construction phase straight throu…

Office N Illinois

Chicago's Citadel Center hits the market seeking $750 million

Citadel Center, the 1.5 million-square-foot office tower located at 131 S. Dearborn Street in Chicago’s Loop, is reportedly seeking a buyer. The owners—a partnership between Angelo, Gordon & Co., a $32 billion alternative investment firm focused on credit and real estate investing, international real estate firm Hines and New York City-base…

Legal N Illinois

Leading real estate partner joins Latham & Watkins in Chicago

Latham & Watkins LLP announced that Robert Fernandez has joined the firm’s Chicago office as a partner in the corporate department and member of the real estate practice. Fernandez represents clients on a range of sophisticated real estate transactions, with a particular focus on financings, acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, comme…

Industrial N Illinois

Industrial Outdoor Ventures doubles in size with new hires

Schaumburg, Illinois-based Industrial Outdoor Ventures (IOV), a real estate investment company focused exclusively on the acquisition, development and redevelopment of industrial services facilities, has hired five new staff members: Anthony DeLaurentis, James Georgalas, Eric Johnson, Ray Michaelsen and Tina Torossian.

Multifamily N Illinois

CRE experts sound off on rent control in Illinois

| Matt Baker

For more than 20 years, a law on the books in Illinois has prevented any municipality from enacting rent control measures. But with the elections of J.B. Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot, as well as several self-professed socialist Chicago aldermen, the political will may be shifting toward this affordable housing tool.