What to do When Your Multifamily Property Turns Out To Be Historic

The phrase “George Washington slept here,” a reference to a long-ago play and motion picture, has also been used, tongue-in-cheek style, in connection with any property that might have historical significance. But what if that is really the case? What if George Washington (or, for that matter, Gen. George Patton, or George Santayana) really did [...]

Preserving the Past, while Facing the Future

The Wrigley Building, one of Chicago’s iconic structures, dates back to the early 1920s, when William Wrigley Jr. settled on a site along Michigan Avenue, hard by the Chicago River, for the headquarters of his chewing-gum empire. It has loomed over the city’s skyline ever since, though it underwent a makeover after being purchased in [...]

Cosmetic vs Complete Rehabbing: The Case for Each

The goal of purchasing, rehabbing and repositioning a property is to make a profit, period. That means every decision you make must have the bottom line in mind. That is especially important when it comes to deciding about the level of renovation required to reposition the property. Over the years I’ve been involved in everything [...]

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