Monthly Archives: April 2012

No dramatic recovery, but office activity should increase in Milwaukee this year

Brokers looking for dramatic improvements in the Milwaukee office market this year will be disappointed. But those hoping for at least a modest increase in office activity in this Wisconsin city should be pleased. According to the latest numbers from … Continue reading

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Let the page views rise: Chick-fil-a is coming to downtown Lexington

We write about a lot of important commercial developments at Midwest Real Estate News, big manufacturing plants that will add hundreds of jobs to regions or massive mixed-use projects with the potential to transform entire city neighborhoods. But nothing, it … Continue reading

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Duke Realty’s Konkoli: Demand continues to build in commercial healthcare sector

Midwest Real Estate News recently spoke to Keith Konkoli, senior vice president of healthcare for the Midwest region of Indianapolis-based Duke Realty, about the strength of healthcare real estate across the Midwest. Here is what he had to say. Demand … Continue reading

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Marcus & Millichap: Office markets improving in Cleveland, Columbus

Columbus and Cleveland aren’t so different from most markets across the Midwest: These two Ohio cities are in the middle of a modest, but steady, office-market recovery. According to the latest research from Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services, … Continue reading

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Cassidy Turley report: Minneapolis/St. Paul brokers enjoying a recovering office market

Office vacancy rates in the Twin Cites by the end of 2011 fell to a three-year low, according to a new report released by the Minneapolis office of Cassidy Turley. According to Cassidy Turley’s 2011 year-end office market report, the … Continue reading

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Kessinger/Hunter to make history with largest spec building in Kansas City area

Think big deals aren’t getting done in today’s economy? Don’t tell that to officials at Kansas City-based Kessinger/Hunter & Company. Thanks in large part to this Midwest developer, the largest spec building ever built in the Kansas City area will … Continue reading

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Relationships help bring motion control products manufacturer to Browning/Duke Realty’s Indiana industrial park

For Duke Realty‘s Charlie Podell succeeding at commercial real estate has been about building relationships. And, as Podell says, it was a long-standing relationship that played a big part in convincing Regal Beloit Corporation to choose the Browning/Duke Realty-developed AllPoints … Continue reading

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