Technology has become a huge influencer in our daily way of life, including the way we do business. Organizations who are adapting to the digital trends are positioning themselves to be leaders in the retail space. Whether you are a social media expert or a new user, these tips will help guide you through the basics of digital marketing and just how it can grow your business.
How do I pick the right commercial real estate location? It’s a question that we get all the time.
Choosing the right commercial real estate location for your business or service is a time-consuming process that eventually comes down to preference. However, there are some tips to consider that help make the search process as efficient as possible and will leave you feeling confident in your decision.
Streets are empty, stocks are volatile and toilet paper is hard to come by. In these difficult times, it can often feel like the world, or at least our industry, is ending. However uncertain, we’ve faced challenges of similar magnitude before. Commercial real estate as a whole is resilient. We’ve persevered and adapted; we’ve thrived during the Great Recession and pivoted in the digital age of retail.
Things are scary right now. There’s no sugarcoating this. In our new reality, it’s on all of us in the community to help. With that in mind, Matanky Realty Group is doing everything we can to help fellow businesses in the Chicago retail world.
We’ve put together a list of resources to help you get through this, and the challenges we’ll likely face in the coming months.
These are uncertain times.
For all of us. There’s no question that we’ve all been impacted by COVID-19; our kids are safely home from school, our gym routines have changed, some stores and businesses have been required to close and our social life has shifted. Unfortunately, this is a global pandemic that has required government intervention to limit activities potentially contributing to the virus’ spread.
Zach Slagle and Terri Cox represented the seller in a multi million-dollar disposition.
Matanky Realty Group today announces the sale of a 56-unit, value-add apartment complex in Wheeling, Ill.
Senior Vice President, Terri Cox, and Senior Broker, Zach Slagle, represented the seller in the disposition of 515-519 South Milwaukee Avenue. Located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, River Trail Apartments is a value-add investment opportunity at the south end of Wheeling’s famous “Restaurant Row,” and north of the Chicago Executive Airport.
Senior Vice President, Terri Cox, represents seller of historic Swift & Co. slaughterhouse.
Matanky Realty Group today announces that Senior Vice President and Director of Brokerage, Terri Cox has closed on the sale of an 182,029 square-foot industrial building. The property, located at 1443 West 41st Street in Chicago, Ill., sold for an undisclosed price to an undisclosed buyer. The property is situated on 5.32 acres.
David E. Flores knows real estate from the ground up, literally. He comes to Matanky with a deep background in construction and property management, having worked on projects of varying size, type, budget and location.
His experience includes working with both owners and tenants to build manufacturing plants, multi-tenant structures and restaurants. Throughout the construction and beyond, Flores provides seamless coordination among parties and other service providers.
MRG Construction Corp today announces that Joe DiFatta, a 35-year construction veteran, has joined the team as vice president.
DiFatta has previously worked for large and local construction companies, including his most recent position as director of operations during which he oversaw and tripled the company’s annual construction revenue. DiFatta has delivered quality construction projects for a number of national retailers including Starbucks, Thornton’s, Mariano’s, Aspen Dental /Well Now and the Bucky’s brands.
Matanky Realty Group today announces that Mary Bonome joins the Matanky Realty Group team as a Broker Associate.
Previously, Bonome spent 35 years working for the City of Chicago. She worked in a variety of departments including Housing & Economic Development, Community Development and Planning and Development.