Illinois firm buys apartment building in Wauwatosa for $10.3 million

Will complete renovation work started by previous owners By Alex Zank Next Realty LLC has acquired the 64-unit Dolphin Square apartments in Wauwatosa for $10.3 million. An affiliate of the Skokie, Illinois-based real estate investor bought the apartment building last week from its former owners, according to state records. The ownership group included a pair of • Read More »

Edie’s All Day Café & Bar to Open Second Location in Chicago

by Kristin Hiller Edie’s All Day Café & Bar has signed a lease for approximately 4,000 square feet of ground-floor space at Kingsbury Center in Chicago. Scheduled to open in spring 2022, the new location is Edie’s second in Chicago’s River North neighborhood. Edie’s will offer a café, restaurant, workspace and wine bar. Kingsbury Center is • Read More »

Café & Bar Leases Ground-Floor Space for Second River North Location

By Paul Bubny Edie’s All Day Café & Bar completed a lease for approximately 4,000 square feet of ground-floor restaurant space at Kingsbury Center, 354 W. Hubbard, owned by an affiliate of Next Realty, LLC and The Habitat Company. Scheduled to open in Spring 2022, the new Edie’s location is its second in Chicago’s River North. Edie’s other • Read More »

Next Closes Fund IX with Final Acquisition

This September, with the acquisition of Westridge Office Park, Next Realty Fund IX, LP became fully invested. The office/medical complex near Indianapolis was the 12th acquisition for the Fund. One of the most notable aspects of the Fund is how it advances the firm’s Multi-Solution™ strategy that emphasizes diversification across geography, asset classes, and revenue • Read More »

Catching up with Marc Blum

It has been a busy year for everyone at Next, including President and COO, Marc Blum. There is a new marketing direction for 620 N. LaSalle, an important asset for the firm. Marc has been very active in various social media outlets, from LinkedIn posts to participating in industry podcasts. The Next Perspective caught up • Read More »