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CHICAGO-About 1,000 commercial real estate executives attended the kick-off day of CoreNet Global’s Spring Summit here at Navy Pier Monday, many in hopes of determining new solutions for attracting and keeping new corporate clients. The first day of the two-day event included some expected news, such as reports that companies are again hiring, and unexpected, such as “Aerotropolis” author Greg Lindsay’s talk of new city hubs to a surprising proposed tenant for McCaffery’s $4-billion Lakeside project.

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