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Arlington Heights chamber celebrates success stories

Daily Herald | Christopher Placek | January 27, 2017 The Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce on Friday celebrated successes of the business community over the past year, while chamber officials look to enhance the services they provide to their membership in 2017. It’s the 70th anniversary of the business group, and so Friday night’s annual installation and awards celebration at Arlington International Racecourse was James Bond 007-themed, with outgoing board Chairman Colin Gilbert calling himself “Agent 070” and attendees posing for pictures with fake guns.

The changing landscape of the suburban apartment market

It’s not pent-up demand, but new demand that’s driving the boom

Daily Herald Business Ledger | John T. Slania | April 3, 2016   Luxury apartments were relatively new phenomena in the suburbs in 1969, the year International Village opened separate complexes in Lombard and Schaumburg.   The target tenants were “swinging singles,” young, fun-loving professionals who could rent a one-bedroom apartment for $195 a month.   A newspaper advertisement spelled out the International Village amenities: “dramatic sunken living room, formal dining room, carpeting (even in the kitchen), avocado kitchen appliances … sauna spa and full-equipped

The Placemakers

Some of the most impactful projects to hit the market in the past two years, and the development teams behind them

Real Estate Forum | April 2016 The act of real estate development is seldom as simple as putting up four walls and a roof. Building properties—particularly large, commercial assets—involves as much art and finesse as it does science and skill, especially when taking into account all the moving parts and interested parties. A development project can stand out for several reasons, not simply sheer size and cost. Some projects garner attention for their design and architectural elements. Others can revitalize forgotten neighborhoods or provide a much-needed service. Still