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.
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.
News of a River North hotel and a West Loop apartment project top our list of the most-popular stories of the week.
Mall owner Five Mile Capital Partners landed an equity investment from Northbrook's StreetMac Asset Managers and a $33 million loan from RBS Citizens.
The Chicago architect is expected to make his case to city landmarks officials, who in September rejected a plan by his client, the Langham Hotel, to install statues on the plaza outside the former…
Ross Glickman, who was terminated last month, sues to get his job back, accusing investor RAIT Financial Trust of undermining him and trying to squeeze him out.
(Bloomberg) — General Growth Properties Inc., the second-biggest U.S. mall owner, will replace Molex Inc. in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index, S&P Dow Jones Indices said in a statement today.
The owner of the 353-room River North hotel has decided to bring it into Marriott's Autograph Collection, an assortment of properties that the chain runs like independent brands.
W. P. Carey Inc. has sold five Chicago-storage facilities for almost twice what it paid for them in 2010, reflecting a jump in occupancy and strong investor demand for storage properties.
Carey Watermark Investors is buying the 553-room hotel from the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, which repossessed it last year after Walton Street Capital defaulted on $175 million in debt.
The brokerage plans to move from 311 S. Wacker to the 35-story tower at 321 N. Clark St., where it leased 61,400 square feet.
Also, the plans have been tweaked for the former site of the Purple Hotel, and a Schaumburg apartment complex is on the market.
Northbrook-based Michigan Avenue Real Estate Group, which already has about 400 units in the works, wants to develop two more buildings on the 1200 block of West Madison Street.
A Wilmette investor has raised the stakes in a legal fight over a large South Loop development site once controlled by former Blagojevich adviser and convicted felon Antoin “Tony” Rezko.
The real estate investor paid $6. 7 million to acquire Mark Hunt's interests in a Clybourn Corridor strip mall and a boutique Gold Coast office building, a sign that the feuding former partners can…
An Inland unit paid $20. 4 million to acquire the grocery chain's new, 76,230-square-foot store in Elmhurst, the fourth such deal involving affiliates of Inland and the subsidiary of Roundy's since…
A UBS fund acquired a joint venture stake in the Michigan Avenue mall, the most expensive Chicago-area commercial property by far to change hands this year.
Kimco Realty Corp. sold Matteson Center to a Cole Real Estate Investments entity, aiming to max out the value of a long-term lease it inked with PetSmart Inc. more than a year ago.