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Whole Foods Grows Location

Whole Foods Grows Location

Connect CRE, Chicago & Midwest, April 26, 2024

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Whole Foods Market signed a 25-year lease expanding its River Forest, Illinois location by 7,000 square feet. The store will undergo a full remodel as part of its expansion at River Forest Town Center, and DMA is pleased to be providing project management services to support a smooth transformation. The River Forest Whole Foods was the 14th location opened by the grocery business, now owned by Amazon and operating more than 500 stores nationwide.

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Whole Foods Market to Expand River Forest Town Store

Southplace City Center’s Super News

Southplace City Center’s Super News

Miami Herald, March 9, 2024

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Construction will begin this summer on the first residential tower in Southplace City Center, a $1 billion redevelopment project transforming the Southland Mall in Cutler Bay, Florida, into a mixed-use, transit-oriented community. This initial apartment building, with 350 units, now has an anchor tenant that will serve the grocery needs of the growing community. Presidente Supermarket signed a 15-year lease and will occupy approximately 25,000 square feet of space. Southplace City Center will take shape over a seven-year timeframe and include more than 4,000 residential units, new dining and retail options, a hotel, and community greenspace. DMA is proud to be an ongoing part of this ambitious project.

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Presidente Supermarket coming to the $1 billion development replacing Southland Mall

New Permit for Chicago Fire Facility

New Permit for Chicago Fire Facility

Urbanize Chicago, January 9, 2024

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Construction of the Chicago Fire’s Performance Center will continue through to completion with a newly granted full building permit for its training facility on the city’s Near West Side. Permitted work on the site and complex, serving both the Fire FC’s professional players and the Chicago Fire Youth Academy, has already been moving forward. The two-story training building itself will span 53,000 square feet. The campus will include multiple soccer fields, both hybrid grass and synthetic turf, and a pedestrian greenway corridor. DMA provided advisory services for the project, analyzing costs and advising ownership on feasibility matters.

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Full building permit issued for Chicago Fire training facility