Midwest Real Estate News April 2014 : Page 4

4 | midwest real estate news | april 2014 | www.rejournals.com FeatureS Omaha one resilient market: Commercial real estate activity continues to increase in Omaha. Midwest Real Estate News takes a look at the success secrets of this steady, strong market. PrOFIleS/COlumnS Eliminating the biggest drawback with apartment living: Who wants to live under a toddler who likes to run across your ceiling at 4 a.m.? A multi-family developer is focusing today on apartment communities that eliminate this problem. 1 29 Where are the tech start-ups in Chicago? What Chicago-area neighborhoods are attracting the greatest number of tech startups? Rob Maxwell, a researcher with CompStak, breaks the numbers down. ......20 Reurbanization on the rise: Why are so many people moving back to the cities, and what does this mean for commercial real estate? BMO Harris’ Aaron Lanski takes a look at this trend .26 Industrial momentum on the rise 1 in Indianapolis: Looking for spec industrial buildings? Head to Indianapolis. There are plenty there, and more are in the planning stages. Cleveland’s reinvention continues: Cleveland’s real estate pros want you to know one thing: Their city is no joke. Far from it. Cleveland’s downtown is thriving, and the activity there is spilling over into the surrounding neighborhoods. Revving the engines in Michigan: You might be surprised at how much investment activity is taking in Michigan today. The What to do with that piece of land? 30 The Urban Land Institute’s TAP panels author, Bill Bubniak, with Farbman Group, is FRANCEad7x10_Corfac 1/8/14 2:07 PM Page 3 ready to educate you. ................................ 21 can help. DePartmentS Trends .................................................... 35 Briefs ..................................................... 32 Directory Listings .................................. 37 Top CRE Attorneys ................................. 43 8 Wichita seeking greater diversification: Wichita is no longer relying as heavily on the aviation industry. And that is a good thing. 11 Life after bankruptcy looking good in Detroit: Detroit’s bankruptcy generated plenty of bad press. But life after bankruptcy in this storied Midwest city has been surprisingly positive. 12 Celebrating 25 years of serving our commercial real estate clients locally, nationally, and globally. 25 years of local market expertise. Kentucky’s major markets enjoying strong rebounds: It’s hard to say which Kentucky market – Louisville or Lexington – is enjoying a stronger CRE recovery. Midwest Real Estate News talks to pros in both markets about what’s propelling the increased deal activity in these busy cities. 14 Multi-family on the rise in Louisville: 16 Developers have discovered that Louisville is in need of new multi-family properties. Succeeding in property management 18 is no easy task: Many commercial real estate firms are turning to property management as a way to earn extra dollars. But succeeding in this field requires plenty of work, commitment and knowledge. Chicago-area resort ready for new life: The Pheasant Run Resort has long been a destination for Chicagoans. A new owner hopes to update it for the modern traveler. 25 Years View the CORFAC Video 25 years of exemplary service. 25 years of trusted relationships. 25 years of locally owned and globally connected firms. Celebrating our First 25 years. Here’s to the next 25 years of building strong relationships around the world. 19 A new amenity at the Chicago Board of Trade building: A high-end fitness center makes the Chicago Board of Trade building even more attractive. 27 www.corfac.com Cabela’s loves Minnesota: How big of a fan of Minnesota are Cabela’s officials? They’re opening yet another store here this May. 28 Oppidan celebrating a big year: Last year was a good one for Oppidan. Find out why. 29

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