We are proud to announce that three CBRE projects were recognized at The 2016 NAIOP Chicago Awards for Excellence.
Congratulations to the brokers below for being recognized by their peers for outstanding deals in 2016.
Broker Transaction of the Year – Downtown Office
McDonald’s at 1045 W. Randolph, Chicago
Tenant/Buyer Brokers: Todd Lippman, David Tropp & James Whalen
Broker Transaction of the Year – Industrial
Mars/Wrigley at 4005 Cedar Drive, Joliet
Tenant/Buyer Brokers: Traci Buckingham Payette & Michael Mullady
Office Development of the Year
150 N. Riverside, Chicago
Developer: Riverside Investment & Development
Leasing Brokers: Drew Nieman & Christy Domin
Congratulations again to our winners and all of our 10 finalists!
To see the complete list of winners, visit NAIOP’s award page.
For the first time, CBRE Chicago has been named one of the city’s top workplaces by the Chicago Tribune.
Thousands of companies submitted for this designation and less than 5 percent were recognized including just 24 others in the “large companies” category.
More than 1,000 CBRE Chicago employees took the time to complete the Tribune’s email survey based solely on employee feedback.
“This is a tremendous achievement that speaks to the hard work and dedication of all of our employees in the Chicago area and yet is another example of the progress we’re making in becoming a truly world-class organization,” said Chris Connelly, President of the Midwest Division, CBRE.
The Chicago Tribune describes a top workplace as an organization that is successful because its employees enjoy their work, embrace their mission and feel like valued teammates.
Thank you to all of our employees for making CBRE one of Chicago’s Top Workplaces!
We had over 120 CBRE employees support this year’s BuildDay, both from the local offices and Women’s Networking Forum participants from across the country.
Volunteers worked on projects at the Sylvia Family Shelter in Chicago’s Northside neighborhood. The shelter, which is part of the Cornerstone Community Outreach nonprofit, supports families of all types, offering shelter and services to mothers with children, as well as fathers, and families with teens. Sylvia Family Shelter serves more than 130 single-parent, two-parent and intergenerational families. It is also one of the few homeless shelters in Chicago that allows fathers to remain with their children.
Just as many Chicagoans break out their parkas and tune-up their snow blowers in time for the upcoming winter season, retail property owners and managers must plan for the next #Snowpocalypse.
Retail properties are accessible to the general public nearly 24/7, putting constant pressure on property owners and managers to provide service and avoid winter emergencies that could disrupt tenants and their customers. Continue reading
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