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Carter wants to go again

Carter’s position will be up for grabs in 12 months’ time when he reaches the end of the third and final year of his current term. 413 more words


New retailers, grocers taking aim at Minneapolis

Here are the major retailers opening new locations in Minneapolis this year: Popeyes, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and Goodwill.

It’s a strong list, and it speaks to the strength of the Minneapolis commercial real estate market in general: Minneapolis is one of the strongest markets in the Midwest, and retailers understand this. 307 more words


Marcus & Millichap's Jandris: The changing world of seniors housing and long-term healthcare

Joshua Jandris, senior associate in the Chicago office of Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Services, specializes in seniors housing and long-term healthcare real estate. He’s seen big changes hit the industry as seniors seek more specialized care as they age. 521 more words

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Looking for good news in the national economy

We’re all combing through the national economy looking for good news. Unfortunately, the latest numbers from the Department of Labor didn’t provide much. Yes, the country did add new jobs. 499 more words

Chicago Commercial Real Estate

Marcus & Millichap: Competition on the rise in Milwaukee grocery market

Think about those retailers that are doing well even in today’s challenging economy. The odds are good that they’re selling groceries.

The retail specialists I’ve interviewed consistently tell me that grocery-anchored retail centers are the ones most likely to thrive today. 319 more words


Latest Marcus & Millichap research points to more confident consumers

Retailers love confident consumers. Because of this, they should also love the latest research brief from Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services.

According to the report, everything from stronger employment growth, a smaller amount of unemployment claims and improved stock-market returns are boosting consumer confidence. 168 more words


The signs are good for Detroit office market

A lack of new construction and an increase in employment will cause rents to rise and vacancies to fall in the Detroit office sector in 2012, according to the latest research from… 216 more words