CRE News: What We’re Reading the Week of April 29

Each week, The Elevator Speech summarizes news related to some of the key industry trends, buildings, deals and dealmakers that shaped headlines. Below are articles that caught our attention the week of April 29.

  • Amidst ongoing contract negotiations between the Chicago Cubs and the City of Chicago, the Cubs unveiled plans for the Wrigley Field renovations, including a 6,000-square-foot Jumbotron in left field and a horizontal 1,000-square-foot advertising sign in right field.
  • Chicago-based global commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle issued its second biennial Global Corporate Real Estate Trends Report, revealing the top five industry trends and risks. Among the key insights include the evolution of CRE outsourcing, as well as the need for collaboration among CRE, HR, IT and finance departments.

What CRE or Chicago news headlines from the past week captured your interest? Leave us a comment and let us know.


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