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Bustling downtowns are pumping new life into cities across the Midwest. Kansas City, Missouri, is no exception. And the ARTerra apartment project is a main reason why.
Brent Boland is a new addition to the Cushman & Wakefield|Commercial Kentucky team in Louisville.
The development team of CBC Real Estate Group, Candor Healthcare and Partners Health will hold the ground-breaking for Rock Regional Hospital Sept. 7 in Derby, Kansas.
Hunt Midwest has leased 90,000 square feet in SubTropolis to automotive equipment maker Dejana Truck & Utility Equipment for a new Ford Transit and Ford F-150 upfitting operation. The company will also lease two additional acres in SubTropolis for vehicle staging.
Mid-America Real Estate Corporation’s Investment Sales team recently brokered the sale of Derby Marketplace in Derby, Kansas.
How strong is the multifamily sector across the Midwest? According to Marcus & Millichap’s third-quarter research, several Midwest cities continue to see record-setting apartment development and vacancy rates.
The big cities get all the press when it comes to multifamily development. The trend stories are plentiful: Millennials and empty nesters both are flocking to apartment developments in the middle of big Midwest cities such as Minneapolis, Chicago, Indianapolis and Kansas City.
Eric Mersmann has joined architecture firm HOK as director of interiors for the St. Louis office.
NAI Martens brokered the sale of the Farm Credit Bank Building in Wichita, Kansas.
An official ground-breaking ceremony for Kansas City’s ARTerra multifamily building was held Aug. 10 with construction equipment already moving in the background.
Group RMC Corporation announced Wednesday it has closed on the acquisition of Corporate Woods in Overland Park, Kansas. Block Real Estate Services, LLC acted as an advisor in the transaction.
CBRE recently closed a pair of Kansas multifamily sales. The 220-unit Lofts at College Hill in Topeka and the 110-unit Campus East Apartments in Manhattan were acquired by a private equity group led by Oklahoma City real estate investor Lew McGinnis.
Local officials, city staffers and project partners celebrated the ground-breaking in mid-August of The Grove at Lee’s Summit, an upscale mixed-use development in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
Cities across the Midwest are scrambling to build enough apartment units to meet the demand for them. A good example is in Missouri, where officials in the city of Lee’s Summit say they will need thousands of new market-rate apartments during the next decade to meet the demand for multifamily living.
The Midwest continues to offer more jobs for the programmers, designers and entrepreneurs working in the tech field. That’s good news for the commercial real estate brokers who sell and the developers who build the offices these tech employees will work at, the multifamily buildings in which they’ll live and the retail centers and restauran…
Multifamily developers in Lincoln, Nebraska, should be smiling: A popular financial Web site just listed the city as one of the best places for renters in the United States.
Noah Juran, vice president of NorthMarq Capital’s Cincinnati regional office, arranged acquisition financing of $4.3 million for The Devereaux Apartments, a 60-unit multifamily property located in Kansas City, Missouri.
A2 Advertising has signed a 4,025-square-foot lease at the office building at 1009 W. 8th St. in Kansas City, Missouri.
Multifamily rents across the country, and throughout the Midwest, rebounded in a big way in June, rising $12 to an average of $1,349, according to the latest rent survey by Yardi Matrix.