More than 200 results for “renovations”
Office N Illinois

Transwestern’s Eric Myers reveals what it’s like to lease Chicago’s historic, longest-standing high rise

| Sara Freund

Before The Rookery building housed offices and retail shops under its stunning skylight roof, it was home to the water works facility that managed the South Loop. Then it was Chicago's first public library, although now bookshelves are only found on the rarely open Burnham Library of the eleventh floor. City Hall even occupied the space for…

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…