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The DuPage County Historical Museum recently welcomed three new members to their board. Daniel Wagner, senior vice president of government relations of The Inland Real Estate Group, LLC, looks forward to working with the Museum in preserving DuPage’s history for future generations.
Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage, Inc. announced the closing of two residential investment transactions in Naperville and McHenry. Both sites are centrally located within their communities and offer convenient access to shopping, dining, transportation and healthcare.
Daniel Wagner, senior vice president of government relations at The Inland Real Estate Group, LLC, discusses the importance of land conservation and agriculture, keeping the 1031 land exchange in place and more on The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter.
Industrial distribution centers, necessity-based retail centers and corporate office headquarters with long-term, triple-net leases and investment-grade credit ratings are examples of properties that may utilize a zero cash flow structure. This once niche segment of the commercial real estate market has grown substantially, particularly in the DST market. For example, Inland Private Capital Corporation has syndicated more than $1 billion in transactions structured as zeros with a number of Fortune 500 tenants.
Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage Inc. aided in the sale of two residential investment properties, including a 60-acre site in McHenry and an apartment building in Naperville. Paul Montes, senior vice president of Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage negotiated the 60-acre sale in McHenry. Eric Spiess, senior vice president of Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage, facilitated the sale of the multifamily property in Naperville.
Keith Lampi, president and chief operating officer of Inland Private Capital Corporation, joins industry leaders in sharing insight, history and trends related to the 1031 like-kind exchange program.
Inland Green Capital LLC, an environmental finance and investment company, funded its first Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) transaction in Colorado. Although there has been an increase in PACE activity with respect to hospitality properties, this is Inland Green Capital’s first deal in the Colorado market.