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A New Door Opens for Individuals to Invest in Private Industrial Real Estate

December 13, 2023

Diversify your portfolio with tangible properties with no minimum investment requirement Since 2013, developers and syndicators have raised billions of dollars through real estate crowdfunding, but only a small portion has flowed into the industrial sector, until now.¬† ¬†Real estate crowdfunding is a relatively new industry. The term may seem confusing to some, but it […]

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Element Bars Leases Manufacturing Space on Chicago’s West Side

December 11, 2023

This food manufacturer who appeared on Season 1 of TV’s Shark Tank has grown more than 100X since airing. Jonathan Miller is a successful entrepreneur. This founder and owner of protein bar manufacturer, Element Bars, saw his business outgrow the company’s 15,000 square foot building on West Belmont Avenue in Chicago. Trying to find a […]

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Family Buys 50% Interest in Chicago Industrial Building

November 23, 2023

1031 Exchange Arranged by Brit Properties as Tenancy in Common Despite the pandemic, industrial real estate remains strong and investors are struggling to find acquisition opportunities in the sizzling hot market. That makes it difficult to buy industrial property to defer capital gains and depreciation through the popular 1031 Exchange process. Here’s the challenge: unless […]

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Eaglestone Leases St. Charles Industrial Building

November 23, 2023

Expansion facility is walking distance from company’s headquarters Eaglestone, Inc., a custom conveyor equipment manufacturer has expanded its operations into a 15,000 square foot building located at 3940 Swenson Avenue in a modern industrial section of St. Charles, Illinois. The company owns a larger manufacturing and headquarters building down the block at 3705 Swenson. “It […]

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Liquidity Strategies for Limited Partners in Private Real Estate Investments

November 9, 2023

Is there a way to get your money out? A Dutch Auction can be a viable option. Real estate partnerships are generally illiquid. That reality can be frustrating for investors who are ready to cash-out. Sometimes liquidity is desired by the investor. Regardless of the reason or circumstance, real estate partnerships historically have not offered […]

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Navigating the Challenges of 2020 in Leasing Industrial Space

November 6, 2023

COVID-19 has changed the landscape but activity remains brisk. It is commonly known that e-commerce is booming. So-called “last-mile” warehouses are leasing to tenants on a steady basis as consumers purchase more products online and less in traditional retail stores. Perhaps not as well known, last week the Institute for Supply Management reported that its […]

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