Salesforce Negotiations Bringing Changes To Trump-Driven Rules

Salesforce Negotiations Bringing Changes To Trump-Driven Rules

The opening of Chicago’s Trump Tower in 2014, with T-R-U-M-P in 20-foot-tall letters looming over the Chicago River, stirred up discontent among pedestrians, office users and apartment dwellers. Chicagoans spoke out against the aesthetics of the sign, calling it an eyesore along the river, and when Donald Trump launched a presidential campaign in 2015, it served as a constant reminder of a man who quickly made himself unpopular in Chicago.
City Council and Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who called the logo “tasteless,” quickly placed restrictions on any future signs that might visually pollute the streets or skyline. But the strong possibility of attracting another big corporate name to town caused…


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Healthcare Developers Need Flexibility To Succeed

Healthcare Developers Need Flexibility To Succeed

The world of healthcare real estate has experienced more profound change in the past few years than perhaps any other sector. Along with advances in medical technology, the transformation of healthcare delivery by the introduction of Obamacare has led providers to demand different types of facilities. And that means opportunities for developers and investors, if they understand the marketplace’s new realities.


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Ikea Eyes U.S. Sites To Anchor Mixed-Use Developments

Ikea Eyes U.S. Sites To Anchor Mixed-Use Developments

Ikea’s property division, Ingka Centres (formerly Ikea Centres), is planning to open six mixed-use developments in the United States, anchored by Ikea stores, over the next two years. 


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No HQ2, No Problem: What’s Next For The 78

No HQ2, No Problem: What’s Next For The 78

The city of Chicago is on the cusp of a new era. A collection of mixed-use communities with parks and green spaces will soon rise on the edges of its downtown, bringing a massive expansion of its office market. Those new neighborhoods, such as Sterling Bay’s Lincoln Yards development on the North Side and Related Midwest’s The 78 in the South Loop, were some of the chief attractions for Amazon in its hunt for an HQ2 site.
But the failure to land the office market’s biggest fish will not slow down the urban core’s transformation. With a research and business incubator…


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Bisnow Power Women: 5 Questions With Fifield Cos.’ Randy Fifield

Bisnow Power Women: 5 Questions With Fifield Cos.’ Randy Fifield

This limited series profiles Power Women who have helped shape cities, neighborhoods, businesses and lifestyles in the cities where they work. These women will be honored at Bisnow’s Chicago Power Women event Dec. 4 and SoCal Power Women event Dec. 13.
Fifield Cos. Vice Chairwoman Randy Fifield oversees the design, marketing and execution of apartment projects for Fifield in Chicago and Century West Partners in LA. Combined, the companies have 3,000 apartments in development. She started by doing neighborhood residential development in the 1990s, then moved to loft condos and apartment developments. Outside of the office, Fifield serves on the boards for Prentice Hospital and Children’s…


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Chicago Power Women: 5 Questions With Roosevelt University’s Collete English Dixon

Chicago Power Women: 5 Questions With Roosevelt University’s Collete English Dixon

This limited series profiles Chicago Power Women who have helped shape cities, neighborhoods, businesses and lifestyles in the region. These women will be honored at Bisnow’s Chicago Power Women event Dec. 4.
Roosevelt University established its Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate in 2002 to bring advanced real estate education to Chicago. Since then, the institute’s programs have graduated more than 325 students and have brought much-needed diversity to the industry. Sixty percent of students in the institute’s Master of Science in Real Estate and real estate MBA programs are people of color and 45% are women. Collete English Dixon is the…


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