After Amazon announced it will not build its headquarters in New York City, the real estate industry is buzzing with rumors of potential HQ2 sites.
Modern Labor Force vs Traditional Commuting Patterns Since the 1950’s the public transportation model in Illinois focused on the traditional commute. Government and business adapted to a residential-focused
The most expensive midterm election cycle is days away from completion. As markets brace and analysts forecast winners and financial implications, a larger change is
There is a lot of discussion about the potential failings of the business climate in Illinois but sometimes we lose perspective on the issue. Doing
New Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his team are starting to float a variety of trial balloons regarding ways to raise the revenue needed to close
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station in North Chicago (NSGL). The installation features over 1,000 buildings and a force
While there is a lot of talk between brokers about the worrisome finances of the State of Illinois and the city of Chicago, each county
Green buildings and green economy jobs are becoming increasingly important to our economy. The College of Lake County (CLC) is hosting its second annual conference on growing