Also, DCT buys an Elk Grove Village industrial building, and PrivateBank files a foreclosure suit on a retail development site near Algonquin.
Also, a venture of Accretion Management takes out a $17 million mortgage on an Elgin shopping center, and a Colony Capital venture forecloses on a Westmont retail property.
Also, a ground lease for a B of A branch sells for $3 million, and an Evanston real estate investor borrows nearly $1.9 million on two Gold Coast properties.
A California investor pays $11 million for the new Evanston Trader Joe's, and Adventus Realty Trust borrowed $11.6 million to buy a 120,927-square-foot office building in Deerfield.
Entrepreneurs close on their purchase of the building for Concord Music Hall, and Bobak Sausage Co. takes out loans on a building.
A venture of Bradford Exchange and Hammacher Schlemmer & Co. bought the 172,000-square-foot property.
Thorek Memorial Hospital paid $2.7 million to buy the building at 4015-4017 N. Sheridan Road, former longtime home of Nick's Uptown.
Life Storage Centers paid $4.3 million for an 82,000-square-foot retail building in the northwest suburb that it plans to convert to a storage facility.
Also, ML Realty refinances a pair of warehouses and a foreclosure suit hits a Homewood office building.
Also, the Dominick’s-anchored Town Square of Schaumburg sold for $8.5 million.
The seller paid $8.3 million in 2010. Also, L.A. Fitness plans a Glenview location.
Also, online grocer Peapod is set to begin retrofitting a warehouse in Lake Zurich.
Also, a venture led by the owners of used-car dealership Car Outlet Inc. buys a Cicero strip mall that houses one of its locations.
A venture led by the CEO of comedy club Laugh Factory buys the Lakeview building where it's based, borrowing $5 million for the deal.
Also, Rue 21 plans store in Westfield Hawthorn Mall in Vernon Hills.
Also, a Loop parking garage sells for $4.9 million.
Also, a CVS Pharmacy in Oak Forest sells for $6.3 million and a foreclosure suit hits three south suburban gas stations.
Also, a mixed-use Lincoln Park building is refinanced with $9.1 million in debt, and Discovery Clothing Co. plans a store at the Commons of Chicago Ridge.
A Pearson venture pays $1.0 million for a bank-owned mixed-use building in Noble Square. Also, Menards plans to double its Rand Road store in Mount Prospect.
A special servicer filed a $3.9 million complaint against the Mt. Prospect strip mall. Also, Ross Dress for Less has signed a lease for its first downtown store.