November 9, 2020
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot attended the ground-breaking ceremony for The Terminal, in West Humboldt Park. This $50 million development will transform a group of three aging industrial buildings into a 240,000-square-foot “creative office campus,” intended to attract creative and tech companies and spark economic development in the neighborhood. The privately funded project supports the city’s aim to champion investment in South and West side communities. DMA’s Jaime Bulla is working with the development team on The Terminal. Construction is expected to begin soon.
September 14, 2020
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities recognized District House with a 2020 Award of Excellence. This 28-unit, LEED-certified condominium development in Oak Park, Illinois won the only award in the multi-unit residential category. Award recipient Omni Ecosystems created the building’s extensive green roof areas. Green Roofs for Healthy Cities is an industry association for professionals working in the green roof and wall industry throughout North America. Judges reviewed submissions in seven project categories and identified nine award winners.
DMA team members invested in the development of District House and congratulate all those involved in the project.
A new flyover video of CocoWalk highlights a new five-story, mixed-use building with four levels of Class A office space, outdoor decks, plantings, and rooftop leisure and greenspace. DMA continues to lead project management and retail tenant delivery work to transform this former retail center in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood.
July 20th, 2020
Whole Foods Market opened at 5 Manhattan West, part of a six-building development blending retail, office, and residential space with a public plaza and other amenities. DMA’s Julie Brock and Anusha Leyden helped to support this latest opening as part of ongoing retail tenant delivery services for the Manhattan West complex. The new Whole Foods grocery spans 60,000 square feet and features many local products and vendors, as well as take-out cocktails and outdoor dining.
The Real Deal, February 24, 2020
Crain’s Chicago Business, February 21, 2020
A new lease deal will bring Target to a major warehouse under construction in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood. The space is part of a redevelopment project called Exchange 55, transforming the 70-acre site of the former Crawford Power Plant, at 3501 S. Pulaski Road. DMA’s Mike Levin has been providing equity investor advisory services on behalf of Edge Development.
DMA worked with the people behind Chicago’s Englewood Brews to create something special in memory of founder Charles Porter, who passed away in 2019. We think our Charles would appreciate The Charles Porter: a homebrewed prototype porter developed with a recipe Englewood Brews plans to include in its future beer portfolio. The neighborhood-oriented craft brewery is in the process of renovating an historic building on Chicago’s south side for a production facility and taproom, slated for a spring 2020 opening. With the support of investors including DMA, Englewood Brews is collaborating with community partners to engage and employ Englewood residents and celebrate community pride.