View From the Top: For Hotel Industry, ‘Music’s Going to Stop’

View From the Top: For Hotel Industry, ‘Music’s Going to Stop’ As Pandemic Persists, Some Owners May Find Themselves Out of Options By Robert McCune September 16, 2020 Hoteliers striving to survive the unprecedented crisis of COVID-19 are in a game of musical chairs, in which the chairs providing safety represent help such as Paycheck Protection Program loans from the federal government and forbearance from

Announced Store Closures on Pace to Set Record

Announced Store Closures on Pace to Set Record Fallout Not Felt Equally Across the Retail Sector By Kevin Cody CoStar Advisory Services September 11, 2020 Retailers have now endured an arduous six-month stretch during which a global pandemic led to widespread lockdowns and an ensuing recession. For most, it has been a very bumpy ride. With more than three months remaining in the year,

Industrial Real Estate Is on Track to Lead Chicago Property Sales for the Second Year in a Row

Industrial Real Estate Is on Track to Lead Chicago Property Sales for the Second Year in a Row Year-to-Date Sales Showing Reversal of Previous Trends During Pandemic By Denes Juhasz Market Analysts August 16, 2020 | 8:53 P.M. Industrial real estate sales have outperformed all other property types in the Chicago area as the rest of the commercial sector continues to face uncertainty amid the