November 21, 2017
Cushman & Wakefield’s Teddy Walsh, Lenora Adds and Andrea Saewitz repped Dayton Street Partners in three leases totaling 19K SF at 1500 West Carroll Ave. in Fulton Market West. Limitless Coffee leased 9,450 SF, Neato Agency leased 6,350 SF and Breather leased 3,100 SF. The leases account for nearly half of 1500 West Carroll’s leasable footprint. Dayton Street plans to develop another 30K SF building on an adjacent lot. READ MORE
November 3, 2017
CHICAGO—Dayton Street Partners has preleased its newest project at 1500 W. Carroll. Neato Agency (6,350 SF), Limitless Coffee (9,450 SF) and Breather (3,100 SF) have signed on for approximately 50% of the property. The company expects the balance to lease-up quickly now that construction is complete. It acquired the 40,000-square-foot building in September 2016 and quickly repositioned the property for today’s creative office user. READ MORE
October 10, 2017
Cushman & Wakefield announced that Dayton Street Partners' 1500 W. Carroll Ave. has been 50 percent preleased to Neato Agency, Limitless Coffee and Breather.
Dayton Street acquired West Carroll in 2016 and redeveloped the 38,000-square-foot former industrial property for creative office use. Dayton Street retained Cushman & Wakefield's Teddy Walsh, Lenora Adds and Andrea Saewitz to lease West Carroll and the adjacent building. READ MORE
July 17, 2017
CHICAGO—Distribution facilities for e-commerce are popping up in close proximity to the population centers of major US cities, creating a foundation for rapid-delivery service that didn’t exist on this scale just a few years ago, according to a new report from CBRE. CBRE analyzed the location of so-called “last-mile” distribution facilities opened within just the past two years in the 15 largest US population centers, finding that they are positioned, on average, between six and nine miles from the center of the largest population areas they serve. READ MORE
July 13, 2017
Adaptive reuse can be broken down into two camps: high-profile repositionings like Londonhouse, and smaller infill projects that fill immediate tenant demand in a market. Dayton Street Partners has made a science, and profits, of the latter. Dayton Street Executive Vice President Michael Schack said his firm remains disciplined in its strategy of finding infill office and industrial assets in highly desirable submarkets. READ MORE
March 30, 2017
On any given day, trucks pick up pallets of beer from Goose Island to distribute across Chicago and beyond, small forklifts transport bags of beans harvested around the world to roast at Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea, and occasionally people pop by to get a fresh pint, a pour-over coffee or apple brandy in a cafe or tasting room. READ MORE
March 17, 2017
Dayton Street Partners sold its 43,000-square-foot distribution facility at 920 W. Pershing Rd. in Chicago to a private investor for $4.1 million.
The property was first acquired in 2015 by Dayton Street and was transformed from an antiquated manufacturing building into a modern warehouse and distribution facility.
Last year, Trane U.S. signed a 25,000-square-foot lease and Stanley Steemer signed an 18,000-square-foot lease at the property.
October 18, 2016
Dayton Street Partners has found a sweet spot in the blistering hot Chicago industrial real estate market by buying and rehabbing assets in niche submarkets. Dayton Street's latest acquisition is ginormous, by the firm's standards. It just closed on a 206k SF, multi-tenant warehouse at 6012 Monroe Court in Morton Grove. READ MORE
September 14, 2016
Dayton Street Partners acquired a 40,000-square-foot building and 15,000 square feet of land, located at 1500 Carroll Ave. on the edge of the booming Fulton Market West, from a private seller. READ MORE
Dayton Street Partners completes industrial renovation project in Bridgeport and announces new tenants
July 5, 2016
Dayton Street Partners has wrapped up leasing at its most recent development – a 43,860-square-foot industrial property located at 920 West Pershing Rd. in Chicago. READ MORE
November 21, 2015
Raise a glass, Chicago, to your new title: craft beer capital of the country.
Craft brewers in the Chicago area occupy an estimated 1.6 million square feet of commercial real estate, more than any other metro area in the country, according to a report from Seattle-based brokerage Colliers International. The area also has the second-most craft breweries with 144, behind only Portland, Ore.'s 196. READ MORE
September 8, 2015
While spec industrial development these days is centered on giant facilities in the suburbs and around O’Hare, one contrarian developer is finding success building smaller warehouses inside Chicago's borders and bringing The City That Works back to the neighborhoods. READ MORE
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