24 results for “wework”
Office Midwest

Coming soon to a Midwest downtown near you: even more coworking spaces

| Dan Rafter

Coworking spaces continue to pop up across the country, and the Midwest is no exception. As companies continue to shrink their office footprints and employees seek shorter commutes and more flexible working conditions, cities from Madison to Chicago and Detroit to Kansas City as seeing new coworking spaces open, often in the center of their…

Office N Illinois

Coworking flexes its muscles

| Matt Baker

Coworking is a quite misunderstood segment of the real estate economy. It seems novel, but its roots go back to the ‘70s. It’s users are young start-ups, except when they are Fortune 100 multinationals. So just what is the reality about this emerging asset class and where are things headed?

Office N Illinois

WeWork expands again in Chicago with Loop, Fulton Market locations

WeWork is expanding its Chicago presence with a new 53,000-square-foot location at 1 South Dearborn and an approximately 140,000-square-foot space at 167 North Green Street. These will be the co-working outfit’s tenth and eleventh locations in Chicago, adding to the 930,000 square feet it currently occupies in River North, the Loop and Fult…

Office N Illinois

Redeveloped Loop building, The National, selling for $200M

Blue Star Properties and investment is reportedly about to make quite a return on The National. After acquiring the 20-story building in 2015 from Chicago Public Schools, Blue Star has lined up Commerz Real, a German real estate leasing and financing firm, to purchase the building for over $200 million.

Office N Illinois

WeWork expands in Chicago with two new leases

Co-working company WeWork has expanded its Chicago footprint with the announcement of leases in two Class A towers: 515 N. State Street and 330 N. Wabash Avenue, both owned and operated by Beacon Capital Partners. The new office spaces are slated to open in November 2018.

Industrial N Illinois

Where Chicago is headed: A Q&A with Colliers’ Jim Carris

| Matt Baker

Industry veteran Jim Carris recently joined Colliers International as executive managing director and market leader for the firm’s operations in Chicago. Carris brings to his new role over 25 years of experience in all sectors of commercial real estate, making him a prime candidate to probe for answers about the state of the Chicago economy…

Office Midwest

JLL: Flexible office space is disrupting the Midwest CRE market

| Dan Rafter

Companies continue to experiment with their office space, often eliminating traditional cubicles and replacing them with open floor plans, shared workspaces and high-tech meeting space. You can debate whether workers appreciate this trend, but what do these changes mean for the commercial real estate market?

Office N Illinois

Sustainability requires us to (co)work together

| Matt Baker

One of the central tenets of green building is the conservation of finite resources. One resource that’s often overlooked but certainly worth conserving is physical space. Efforts to reduce the amount of space we use coincides with a growing trend in commercial real estate: coworking facilities.

CRE Midwest

NAIOP announces finalists of the 2016 Chicago Awards for Excellence

| Stephanie Aguilar

NAIOP Chicago has revealed the anticipated list of finalists facing off in 16 distinct categories Nov. 17, when the chapter hosts its 29th Annual Awards for Excellence ceremony at Navy Pier. Each year, the awards ceremony recognizes outstanding developments and transactions in Chicago's commercial real estate.