87 results for “commercial real estate forecast”
CRE N Illinois

State of the market from the Chicago Real Estate Forecast

For the past decade and a half, the Chicago State of the Market panel has been a cornerstone of REjournals’ annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast conference. The 2018 event was no different, with a faculty comprised of some of Chicago’s leading commercial real estate firms engaged in an in-depth look at the marketplace, including the trend…

Retail Midwest

Grocery-anchored investment options: hard to swallow?

| Matt Baker

Due to a number of factors, traditional grocers’ markets are losing market share, leading investors away from grocery-anchored shopping centers. But according to new research from Morningstar Credit Ratings, a changing grocery marketplace and growth of food delivery will increasingly depend on brick-and-mortar locations.

CRE N Illinois

Commercial Real Estate Forecast interview: Geoffrey Kasselman

Fresh off his “tour” as global president of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), Geoffrey Kasselman has been named as a panelist for one of the general sessions at the 16th Annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference on Wednesday, January 17. In a preview of what are likely topics for that panel—E-Commerce: Fight It o…

CRE N Illinois

Commercial Real Estate Forecast Interview: Danny Nikitas

Danny Nikitas, the managing director of Avison Young’s Chicago office is a veteran of more than 25 years in the commercial real estate industry. And he’s no stranger to the Annual Commercial Real Estate Forecast Conference, serving as the moderator of one of the general sessions for the last five years.

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…