Hamilton Partners and Real Estate Industry News
Test of Reverse Commute Comes as More Workers Move to the City
Reported by Jennifer Waters, Chicago Reporter CoStar Group
The Chicago area’s commuter rail system, in a potential boost to the suburban office market around the third-biggest U.S. city, plans to…Read More ›
NAIOP Utah, is Utah’s premier professional association of developers, owners, and investors of commercial real estate. This month the association recognized Hamilton Partners’ very own, George Arnold, who is currently the managing partner for Hamilton Partners Salt Lake City Office, Industrial…Read More ›
On Thursday, September 20, 2018, REjournals hosted the 3rd annual Suburban Office Market Conference, co-hosted by GlenStar Properties. More than 150 industry professionals flocked to the Schaumburg Corporate Center to hear about the latest trends on the office market outside…Read More ›
Hamilton Partners teamed up with the Northern Illinois Food Bank Saturday, August 11, for the 3rd Annual Hamilton Partners Corn Harvest. Together with volunteers from the Northern Illinois Food Bank, the group of over 40 volunteers harvested corn from almost 5.2…Read More ›
Since Schaumburg’s beginnings in 1956, it has maintained its reputation as an ever-growing community made up of retail, office, and industrial properties. The success of these properties can be attributed to the make-up of Schaumburg which boasts Illinois’s largest shopping…Read More ›
From Crain’s Chicago Business:
After three years of bitter public feuding, the Illinois Tollway and the Canadian Pacific Railway have reached a tentative deal that finally should clear the way for long-awaited western access to O’Hare International Airport.
The tollway board has…
4/30/18 – Millbrook Properties and Hamilton Partners are pleased to announce Cellcontrol has leased 5,619 RSF at 1011 Warrenville Road
Occupied less than 30 days after their counter offer!
Timeline for a Fast & Efficient Deal
Bloomberg news published an article today reporting a record number of U.S. small business owners say it’s a good time to expand. Optimism among small companies in the U.S. rose more than forecast in January, fueled by a record…Read More ›
By Anthony Noto – Reporter, New York Business Journal
A New York private equity firm agreed to buy a Chicago apartment complex for $94 million, or $280,000 a unit.
Azure Partners is taking over the Oaks of Vernon Hills, a luxury apartment…Read More ›