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CB Richard Ellis Inc
400 South Hope Street 25Th Floor
CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. is a commercial real estate services firm with full-service operations in major metropolitan areas worldwide. The Company offers a range of services to occupiers, owners, lenders and investors in office, retail, industrial, mu
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Roark Frankel, Senior Vice President, US Equities
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It was designed with a sophisticated earth-retention system that helps secure the two adjacent buildings, which belong to Columbia College Chicago. (Columbia has agreed to buy the existing Spertus building.) The basement's footprint is about two-thirds the building's footprint Site planning and logistics have been among the complicating factors of the project, said Roark Frankel, senior vice president of the Chicago-based project manager U.S. Equities.
"We'll restore the lane when we're done," Frankel
Even though the budget was set four years ago with a generous line item for inflation, there's no money to spare.The building is being paid for through fundraising and private donations, and a 30-year bond issue covers the gap
between the time the bills are due and the pledges come in.
"There's never been a lot of (interior) ornamentation," Frankel
"Putting all the time we did into the design and engineering phases has made the construction piece pretty efficient," Frankel
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Applicants view this extra attention as an added benefit We received good advice from Erik and his department, which found its way into the design of the building, says Roark Frankel, senior vice president of U.S. Equities, project managers for the Spurdis Institute for Jewish Studies, a Tier II building currently under construction.
Architectural Record News | Chicago Expedites Permits for Green Buildings; Program Exceeds Expectations
Applicants view this extra attention as an added benefit: "We received good advice from Erik and his department, which found its way into the design of the building," says Roark Frankel, senior vice president of U.S. Equities, project managers for the Spurdis Institute for Jewish Studies, a Tier II building currently under construction.
340 on the Park, Chicago, 340owners, Lakeshore East
Since the July opening of the 24.5-acre, $475 million park, which also features a performing arts pavilion, theater, restaurant and ice-skating rink, "the sheer number of people in the area has exploded," says Roark Frankel, vice president of U.S. Equities Realty and project manager for the park."Overnight it went from solely a business center to a super-sized neighborhood."
The park replaces a former rail yard, parking lot and desolate grassy area."Now you see people of all ages, speaking different languages, laughing and pointing," says Frankel
, who has worked across the street for more than 10 years."Residential developers are picking up on that vibe.