Chicago Chapter of CoreNet Global Hears From World Business Chicago
CHICAGO - When business executives need to decide about where to locate their companies, they navigate a decision-making process that has always been political in nature. But in today's highly polarized political world, these differences have turned into high-stakes rivalries in the commercial real estate market as states, cities and localities vie for jobs and tax revenue. Last week, the Chicago Chapter of CoreNet Global heard from World Business Chicago about business conditions.
NEW YORK CITY—Bearing the American Finance Trust name, the merged entity is a retail-focused REIT with an enterprise value of approximately $3.9 billion.
BOISE, ID—The new hire brings more than 35 years’ experience in commercial real estate finance to the middle-market loan provider.
NEWPORT BEACH, CA—A “forest for the trees” mentality, in addition to seeking yield for investors, is causing firms based in other markets to expand to the West Coast, creating more demand for talent in a tight market, RETS’ Kent Elliott tells GlobeSt.com.
Middle Market Digest
Here’s a look at this week's trends, announcements and deals that you may have missed in the country’s North West region.