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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.

Office N Illinois

BOMA Chicago study: Office buildings continue to drive economy

Chicago's office market is changing—traditional borders of CBD are pushing west, tech tenants are searching for office space and corporations are migrating from the suburbs. Those findings and more were released in Building Owners and Managers Association of Chicago's 2017 Economic Impact Study in partnership with JLL Chicago Research.

Retail v Wisconsin

Will Amazon dominate online grocery sales? Maybe not

| Dan Rafter

It seems like a natural progression after Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods: Consumers will buy more of their groceries online. But at least one real estate expert says that online grocery sales had been on the rise before this big move, so it’s little surprise that grocers are doing whatever they can to capture as many Internet-based custom…

Office i Ohio

You can’t find a commercial sector that’s struggling in Columbus

| Dan Rafter

Jim Garrett admits that he sounds a bit like a broken record when talking about the strength of the commercial real estate market in Columbus, Ohio. But Garrett, managing director of the Columbus office of Colliers International, can’t help it that Columbus has seen a steady rise in sales, leases and new developments for several years.