During the initial phases of a company, the logo may be one of the first or last check boxes to mark off. Once defined, the logo will most likely be adjusted over the years and there may be a multitude of reasons behind the change.
The American Red Cross provides disaster relief, lifesaving blood, training & certification, international services, and help to military families. At Cawley Chicago, we were given the opportunity to educate ourselves and complete the training for CPR/AED certification.
Frank Melchert and Stevan Arandjelovic with Cawley Chicago represented seller, MPC Real Estate, LLC on the sale of a 43,325 square foot industrial property in Chicago, IL. This free-standing building is located at 4834 S. Oakley Avenue and situated on 1.83 acres of land. “The property offered additional amenities including fenced parking and outside storage which was attractive to the buyer,” said Arandjelovic. Draper and Kramer represented the buyer, Bridgewater Studio Inc in this transaction.
Tandem Development has recently closed on the acquisition of the West Loop development site at 1050 W Van Buren Street. Zach Pruitt, now with Cawley Chicago, represented the ownership, Guy & Sons Auto in the sale. Guy & Sons was a highly respected business in the community, having opened their doors in the neighborhood more than 45 years ago.
As exclusive listing broker, Cawley Chicago is pleased to present 401 N Leavitt, an adaptive reuse & redevelopment opportunity of scale, size and style like no other in the neighborhood. This 39,300 Sq. Ft., brick and timber building rests on a 39,000 Sq. Ft. corner lot with setbacks on three of the four sides of the property. Situated in the heart of the Kinzie Corridor, the property is conveniently located ¼ mile from Damen and Western Ave corridors; less than ½ mile from the new CTA Damen-Lake Green Line station; and a mile from Fulton Market, West Loop, interstate access and much more.
Established in 2017, opportunity zones were created to supply tax advantages for certain investments in lower income areas. To put in perspective the amount of opportunity zones in Chicago, there were roughly 500 census tracts eligible, but only 133 were approved (BisNow). In this particular article, the focus is placed on three areas in Chicago predicted to highly benefit as part of the opportunity zones, especially in the long term.
A special thanks to all of our clients who continue to trust in our services and helped contribute to another successful year!
The Chicagoland industrial market finished strong in 2018, but will it live up to the same success in 2019? The market is slightly overbuilt, but that is not preventing companies from taking advantage of the Chicagoland area. As the Midwest hub, the market is expected to perform well and hopefully record another great year in the books.
With 2019 right around the corner, everyone is focused on what the commercial real estate industry will look like in the new year. Industrial performed well in 2018 and the office sector stayed steady. Most analysts believe industrial will continue to thrive due to the growing e-commerce industry. As for offices, technology will definitely play a factor in the success as well as the flexibility of the space and lease options.
A heartfelt THANK YOU to all of our clients!
It was our honor to celebrate you and the relationship we have built over the past 20 years.
Cheers to continued success, trust and confidence in us!