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Think brick-and-mortar retail is dead? Amazon physical stores prove otherwise

| Jessica Neal

While many would argue that brick-and-mortar retail is a dying breed, we can clearly see that’s not exactly the case. Online retailer Amazon recently acquired its own physical stores with the purchase of Whole Foods and its first retail pick-up store opening in Columbus, Ohio. This is resounding proof that traditional retail is in fact aliv…

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Chicago’s top community development projects and architectural achievements honored at LISC Chicago's Neighborhood Development Awards

| Stephanie Aguilar

More than 1,500 community developers, architects, business leaders, neighborhood advocates and elected officials came together Feb. 18, for the 22nd Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards (CNDA), where nine organizations were honored for their achievements in community development and architectural design.

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Earles Architect's Matt Kelly: CRE's Adventurer

| B. Herron

Matt Kelly has been fascinated with architecture since the age of seven when he sketched out plans for an addition to his family’s house. Kelly studied architecture in college, and started his first real job working for a small architectural firm in Canton, Ohio, learning from an architect with 60-plus years in the business. Since joining E…

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Todd Heine: Giving nothing less than the best to his career and family

| B. Herron

Todd Heine comes from a strong financial background, but reached the point where he wanted more personal interaction with people on a daily basis. A friend of Heine’s, who worked in the commercial real estate industry, thought it would be a great fit for him. Ultimately, he decided to try it. Ten years later, Heine is grateful for his frien…

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Karl Heitman: Working in the right industry for more than 20 years

| B. Herron

Karl Heitman moved to the Chicago area from Texas in 1986, to design office development projects. The work was primarily for Trammell Crow Company, and the company was actively working in many Midwest cities and Canada. Heitman never expected to get into the industrial market, but the office market took a downturn in late 1980’s and he was …