CRE N Illinois
Syndicated Equities' Tracy Treger: Flying trapeze helped build strength, courage in career and life

Syndicated Equities' Tracy Treger: Flying trapeze helped build strength, courage in career and life

Tracy Treger thrives on a busy schedule—she’s dedicated to her work, Chicago sports, volunteering in the community and is passionate about flying trapeze. She spent the majority of her career as an attorney in Chicago before joining Syndicated Equities as a principal in 2013. Her role now involves developing investor relationships and facilitating 1031 exchanges for those participating in larger deals and transactions.

CRE N Illinois

Northern Builders, Inc. has promoted Brian M. Novak to vice president, the company announced.

Multifamily N Illinois
3 design insights to increase a rental's absorption rate

3 design insights to increase a rental's absorption rate

From Landmark West Loop to SixForty North Wells in River North new rental units continue to come online at a steady pace. With 8,000 new apartments slated to deliver by the end of next year in downtown Chicago alone, and an increasingly modest demand projected over the next three years, according to the Urban Land Institute’s April 2017 Real Estate Consensus Forecast, developers are pressed to make their product stand out. While location, pricing and square footage form the foundation when it comes to attracting potential tenants, smart and informed design plays a key role in hitting timely occupancy goals.

Industrial N Illinois
Broker’s territory: A thing of the past?

Broker’s territory: A thing of the past?

It is no secret that over the past four years, Chicago’s industrial real estate market has seen an increase in demand and activity, specifically in the metro Chicago markets centralized around its heartbeat, the O’Hare submarket. Chicago’s most desired submarket has been at a stalemate 4 percent to 4.5 percent vacancy for the last couple of years, down from a near 11 percent back in 2011.