Willis Tower, already knocked from its perch as the Western Hemisphere's tallest building by New York's One World Trade Center, soon could face a new challenge from right here in Chicago.
A city landmarks committee voted to allow the Langham Hotel to install bronze statues of 11 businessmen in the plaza outside the Mies van der Rohe-designed tower at 330 N. Wabash Ave.
Mall owner Five Mile Capital Partners landed an equity investment from Northbrook's StreetMac Asset Managers and a $33 million loan from RBS Citizens.
Texas-based private-equity firm TPG Capital sold a fully leased, 48,991-square-foot building in the Prairie Glen Corporate Campus to a venture of Cole Real Estate Investments.
Server Farm Realty bought the buildings at 800 and 810 Jorie Blvd. from a loan servicer that took back the property from Prime Group Realty Trust in 2009.
Also, Newmark scores a Downers Grove office leasing job, and Community Investment Corp. finances more apartments.