More than 200 results for “Chicago”
CRE N Illinois

Illinois officials: Massive public-private project aims to integrate universities, business to drive economy on Related Midwest-donated, 62-acre site

| Sara Freund

Plans were unveiled for the Discovery Partners Institute and a public-private partnership between research universities, companies and municipalities that hopes to serve every corner of Illinois. Gov. Bruce Rauner and Mayor Rahm Emanuel support the development and initiative, and hopes it attracts and keeps innovation within the state.

Multifamily O Indiana

RENTCafe study shows seniors increasingly embracing renting

| Dan Rafter

Millennials get most of the press when it comes to the nation’s multifamily market, with young adults choosing to rent longer in such markets as Indianapolis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Lexington and Detroit. But new research from RENTCafe suggests that another generational group is fueling the multifamily market, too, Baby Boomers.

Multifamily N Illinois

3 design insights to increase a rental's absorption rate

| Mary Cook

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 Rea…

Industrial N Illinois

Broker’s territory: A thing of the past?

| Cory Kay and Mike Deserto

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…