VOL 1 | NO 14 | SEPTEMBER 2, 2019

Revolution Chicago | Rev
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Revolution Chicago | Rev

NICAR presents CULTURE: The Technology Revolution. The third edition of this annual event is bigger and better than ever. We invite you to spend a morning listening to top speakers, learning about new technologies, how to create and adapt to culture, a...

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This is not a drill: Managing risk for acts of violence on your property
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This is not a drill: Managing risk for acts of violence on your property

As active shooter and other workplace violent events continue to occur, more victims and their families are looking to the facility owner/operator where the shooting took place to assume responsibility. They claim the owner/operator could have been mor...

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State Issues RFP to Sell ‘Oversized and Outdated’ James R. Thompson Center in Chicago |...
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State Issues RFP to Sell ‘Oversized and Outdated’ James R. Thompson Center in Chicago |...

The Department of Central Management Services has issued a request for proposals for an array of project management and technical expertise to generate the best value from the sale of the property at 100 W. Randolph St. for the State of Illinois.

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Chicago Equity Raising
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Chicago Equity Raising

Commercial real estate news, live events and education.

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Continental Towers set to undergo $15M capital improvement plan
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Continental Towers set to undergo $15M capital improvement plan

Chicago-based developer/investor, GlenStar, and real estate investment adviser, Rubenstein Partners, have announced plans for a $15 million capital improvement campaign at Continental Towers, a 910,796-square-foot office complex located at 1701 Golf Ro...

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Chicago Market Reports
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Chicago Market Reports

The CBD vacancy rate declined this quarter, falling 30 basis points to 12.8%. This is the lowest it has been since the beginning of 2018. While...

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Largest O'Hare spec industrial project breaks ground
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Largest O'Hare spec industrial project breaks ground

Bridge Development Partners has broken ground on Bridge Point Itasca, a three-building, 741,000-square-foot industrial project slated for delivery mid-2020. Chris Nelson and Jeff Janda, SIOR, principals of Lee & Associates’ Illinois office, represent B...

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AECOM Will Study Fulton Market’s Infrastructure
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AECOM Will Study Fulton Market’s Infrastructure

Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) has hired AECOM to study the infrastructure needs of the Fulton Market District, amid increasing development of this formerly industrial neighborhood. The review is expected to take six months. Ele...

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Delay could have cost Lincoln Yards $1.3B in TIF money, report finds
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Delay could have cost Lincoln Yards $1.3B in TIF money, report finds

The Lincoln Yards TIF district would be used to build infrastructure improvements like a new Metra station. | Sterling Bay/SOM A delay could have...

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Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint
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Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation ...

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Top 10 in Chicago architecture this fall: New skyscrapers and the return of the biennial
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Top 10 in Chicago architecture this fall: New skyscrapers and the return of the biennial

Architecture Top 10 in Chicago for fall 2019: The third Chicago Architecture biennial, the new NEMA skyscraper, Tiffany stained glass and lighting up Farnsworth House.

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