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  • Cushman & Wakefield Chicago Celebrates International Women’s Day
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    By: Gina Dardi, WIN Co-Chair and Sr. Manager, Global Communications and Alex Brody, WIN Co-Chair and Associate Broker International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global event recognizing the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. At Cushman & Wakefield, we are proud to celebrate this day and our women… Read more »
  • Chicago 2019 Industrial Outlook
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    By: Greg Rogalla, Senior Research Analyst The Chicago industrial market reported four current trends in Q4 2018 and three worth keeping our eye on as we head into 2019. 4 Current Trends: #1 Robust Mid-Size Leasing Activity 2018 ended with 50% more leasing activity than 2017. Mid-size deals accounted for… Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Chicago WIN Panel: What I Got Right and Wrong as a Working Mom
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    By: Gina Dardi, WIN Co-Chair and Sr. Manager, Global Communications and Alex Brody WIN Co-Chair and Associate Broker Last week Cushman & Wakefield Chicago’s Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) hosted a speaking session highlighting issues that affect women in business titled, “What I Got Right and Wrong as a Working Mom.”… Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Chicago’s Cristo Rey Intern: Angel G.
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    By: Vicki Noonan, Chicago Managing Principal  Last fall Cushman & Wakefield Chicago welcomed Cristo Rey Jesuit High School sophomore, Angel G., one of several students interning at C&W through Cristo Rey’s Corporate Work Study Program. Through the partnership, students in the CWSP gain valuable work experience and cultivate a strong… Read more »
  • Chicago Construction Pulse
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    By: Bill Starcevich, Director, Project & Development Services As class A corporate office improvement costs increase, Cushman & Wakefield’s Project & Development Services team takes a closer look at the causes, estimates typical pricing on 1st and 2nd generation space, and offers solutions for investors and occupiers. Since the economic downturn of… Read more »
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