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Everybody gets a roof deck: Fulton Market goes from Oprah to office mecca

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We’ve all seen it before. The meatpacking plant becomes the pioneering coffee shop becomes the hippest new neighborhood on the fringe. With 54 percent of the world’s population now living in urban areas and one million more moving to cities each week, the demand is there for these once-neglected submarkets to become cities’ greatest assets. For a prime local example, look no further than Fulton Market.

Fulton Market

Unlike the sleepy, 9-to-5 CBD and over-saturated River North and West Loop submarkets, Fulton Market offers off-the-beaten-path edge just minutes from downtown and is beginning to host an ever-widening array of uses. How did it all start? As one of Oprah’s “Favorite Things.”… Read More

10 Top Ten Lists – 2016

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With David Letterman off the air, JLL Chicago Research is here to fill your Top Ten void. Consider this your crash course for 2016, a year-in-review of Chicago’s best moments, focused on commercial real estate, workplace, market trends and pop culture.

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Why Wall Street likes Chicago’s tech assets

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WallStreetIncreased tenant activity around the CBD has kicked absorption into high gear. Since the start of 2014, 2.7 million square feet has been absorbed from the market with 775,000 square feet in the second quarter alone. Specific submarkets and product types are having a greater impact on this growth than others.

“Segments of CBD inventory in demand by tech and creative users experienced the greatest share of absorption in the second quarter, including properties in the River North/River West cluster and Fulton Market micromarket,” says JLL Managing Director Pam Stamataky.… Read More