More than 200 results for “venture one real estate”
Office O Indiana

Tech companies providing big boost to Indianapolis

| Dan Rafter

It might seem like it, but Amazon isn’t the only tech company out there. There are plenty of online retailers and tech start-ups that are moving into locations across the Midwest. And one city that’s attracting plenty of these companies? Indianapolis.

Industrial N Illinois

Venture One completes 100,000-SF expansion for Danfoss

Venture One Real Estate has completed a 100,000-square-foot expansion to an existing Danfoss distribution facility in Venture One’s Loves Park Corporate Center in Loves Park, Illinois. Venture One developed Danfoss’s existing 100,000-square-foot warehouse in 2011. The combined 200,000 square foot logistics facility is adjacent to Danfoss’s …

Office N Illinois

Ferrara Candy may move headquarters to Chicago's Old Post Office

Ferrara Candy, maker of Lemonheads, Nerds and other treats, reportedly intends to move its headquarters from Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois to the Old Post Office in Chicago’s West Loop. If a story that first appeared in the Chicago Tribune proves true, the confectioner would be the redeveloped building’s second confirmed tenant.

CRE N Illinois

CRE Future Leaders: Jordan Mellovitz

As part of our series, CRE Future Leaders, we caught up with Jordan Mellovitz, senior associate, tenant representation at Avison Young. Mellovitz focuses on new business development, financial analysis and market research. He cites a strong work ethic and thorough understanding of the Chicago office market as reasons why clients of varying …

CRE Midwest

CREW selects leaders for 2019

Six commercial real estate leaders were elected to the 2019 CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Network Board of Directors, which will be led by Holly Neber, CEO of AEI Consultants. The announcement was made at the 2018 CREW Network Convention and Marketplace in San Diego, Calif. 

CRE N Illinois

Rauner on real estate: What’s needed in Illinois

| Daniel Smolensky, SIOR

While national politics may not always have an effect on local real estate, the Illinois state elections will certainly affect Chicago CRE. Last month, in the midst of what may become the most expensive gubernatorial race in U.S. history, the SIOR Chicago Chapter and AIRE hosted Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner in conversation with David Kahn…

Industrial N Illinois

Rockford turns its focus toward high-tech manufacturing

| Matt Baker

Rockford and the I-39 Corridor have a long and interesting manufacturing history. In the 1850s, one of the first companies to establish in the area was J. H. Manny & Co., a manufacturer of wheat reapers. The company would later be embroiled in a high-profile legal case with McCormick Harvesting Machine Company that would involve future pres…

Industrial N Illinois

Chicago construction starts increase dramatically

| Matt Baker

Is the dearth of new supply during the third quarter of 2018—the lowest quarterly total since 2015—a sign of a downturn? According to the latest research update from Colliers International, it’s much more likely to be the calm before the storm as construction starts increased dramatically this quarter.

Office N Illinois

Bridge Investment buys Art Deco office tower in Chicago, One N. LaSalle

A subsidiary of Bridge Investment Group, Bridge Office Fund Manager LLC, purchased One North LaSalle, a 47-story, 493,738-square-foot vintage office tower centrally located in downtown Chicago. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed, though the sellers—a joint venture of Northbrook-based Hilco Real Estate and two MB Real Estate executi…