Midwest Real Estate News October/November 2015 : Page 4

4 | Midwest Real Estate News | October/November 2015 | www.rejournals.com FEATURES The art of building patient-friendly medical centers: Patients today don’t want to deal with the headaches of a massive hospital campus. So healthcare developers and medical providers are adapting, focusing on creating patient-friendly outpatient facilities and treatment centers. PROFILES/COLUMNS Same-day delivery, mobile wallets changing the way retailers reach consumers: Consumers not only want to shop online, they want the dress, shoes or Monopoly game that they order from their computer screens to arrive quickly — often on the same day. Bringing new life to a former 18 Macy’s: The former Macy’s building in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, has been one of the more conspicuous empty spaces in the booming Twin Cities market. Those days, though, are coming to an end. A taste of urban living in the suburbs: You don’t have to live in the center of a big city to get a taste of urban living. The One Southdale Place luxury apartment complex in the Twin Cities suburb of Edina, Minnesota, is a good example. 1 16 Boom times in Twin Cities’ industrial market: Developers in the Twin Cities are building new industrial facilities – many of them speculative – at a record-setting pace. Just ask John Ryden, a senior vice president and industrial specialist with the Minneapolis office of CBRE. He’ll tell you that the Minneapolis/St. Paul industrial market is busier than it’s ever been. Fairbridge’s big play in Indianapolis: Dmitry Gordeev believes in downtown Indianapolis. And to prove it, the company that he founded and serves as managing director --Fairbridge Properties --earlier this year spent $21.5 million to buy the 12-story Landmark Center Class-A office tower in Indianapolis. 21 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 CBRE’s Travis Likes: The importance of cold calls and paying your dues Market position: Tom Silva, Silva Brand Apartment rents slowing down? Not anytime soon. Industrial users eying Southeast Wisconsin: What is bringing so many industrial users across the state line from Illinois to Southeast Wisconsin? How about lower taxes, more available sites and a business-friendly environment? 1 22 The dangers of skipping the real estate attorney: Frank Simon, Simon PLC Attorneys & Counselors A look at ICSC Chicago: Eteri Zaslavsky and Amy Levin, Next Realty Shrinking office space: Michael Kruklinski, Siemens Real Estate Deducting tenant improvements? By Mark Sutton, Plante Moran The Survey: The work/life juggling act Getting Personal With … Cushman & Wakefield’s Brian Ungles Directory Listings The power of repurposing: Why not turn that former bus station into a high-end restaurant? Maybe that crumbling office building would make for a great apartment tower? Developers across the Midwest are tackling an increasing number of repurposing projects. 8 20 Profile: NSPJ’s Homburg: Loving the controlled chase of a thriving architectural career 24 25 Success story: Darwin Realty & Development Corporation celebrates 40 years in business

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