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Lynn Reich's Industrial Services Team

Meet Lynn Reich and her industrial services team


Your real estate decisions just may be the easiest you have to make. How?

By choosing to work with industrial real estate professional Lynn Reich. Dynamic, enterprising and energetic - a few adjectives that are used to describe the leader of this seasoned team. Developing lasting relationships through exceptional service, consistent delivery and a national perspective defines this team. In a highly commoditized business, Lynn proves she is much more by providing creative solutions for her clients' real estate needs.

Proven professional
Lynn Reich consistently brings landlords and tenants together to solve distribution and manufacturing real estate challenges on a nationwide basis with provable results. For the past 35 years, through three recessions and 22% interest rates, her clients received the benefit of a results based real estate solution platform. This is accomplished by Lynn continuing to invest in herself to be the best partner with her clients by bringing the resources needed to every project locally and nationally.

What SIOR and CCIM mean to clients
In a world of acronyms, the ones that provide performance insurance to clients include SIOR and CCIM. Both are earned, not bought. Both indicate seasoned professionals who are recognized in the industry as service providers who have proven their ability to succeed. Simply put, the designations are evidence that the highest level professionals are part of the real estate team.

Colliers International
Clients benefit from an affiliation with Colliers, a global leader in real estate services with more than 17,000 professionals operating in 68 countries. In addition to being highly skilled experts in their field,  they are passionate about what they do. We are joined together by a shared set of values and ethics that shape a collaborative environment throughout our organization, unsurpassed in the industry.

Lynn in the media
Lynn has spoken numerous times at industry events and has been a trusted source for the media, both video and print.

SIOR and CCIM: what does it mean for clients?

It is assurance that the highest level professionals are part of the real estate team. Lynn Reich has the rare distinction of holding both the SIOR and CCIM designations.

SIOR
Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) maintains and promotes a professional designation of the highest quality for the benefit of its members and their clients. The SIOR designation stands unchallenged for excellence in the performance of real estate services, and is universally recognized as the prerequisite in the selection of a commercial real estate broker, agent or consultant.

  • 3,000 members
  • 34 countries
  • 630 cities

CCIM
A Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) is a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estate industry. The CCIM designation is earned after successfully completing a process that ensures the candidate is proficient not only in theory, but also in practice. This elite group of CCIMs include brokers, leasing professionals, investment counselors, asset managers, appraisers, corporate real estate executives, property managers, developers, institutional investors, commercial leaders, attorneys, bankers and other allied professionals.

  • 13,000 members
  • 30 countries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Services

As part of a global real estate leader, Colliers has the resources to provide advisory services with a commitment to follow through, one of the most important elements of any project.

  • Multi-market transaction management
  • Relocation and consolidation analysis
  • Highest and best use evaluation
  • Sale or lease analysis
  • Tenant representation
  • Lease renewal and extensions
  • Build-to-suit
  • Sale-leaseback investment
  • Lease administration and audit
  • Construction management
  • Local and state incentives
  • Labor cost assessment

Testimonials

When we strive to exceed our clients’ expectations, the result is memorable experiences. Our clients tell their friends and colleagues about the exceptional results we achieved and the personal attention they received.

But don’t take our word for it. See what our clients say, in their own words:

DSC Logistics and Supply Chain Management
"We know that Lynn not only takes the time to thoroughly understand our needs and direction as company, but becomes involved in our successes with our broad customer base."

Verlyn Suderman,  Vice President & General Counsel

 

Staples
"Lynn's attentiveness and eye for detail is unsurpassed in the market and I highly recommend her and her team to companies large and small regardless of their real estate needs."

Tom Colarusso,  Vice President, Real Estate & Property Management

Bath Fitter
"We have looked at over 25 markets around the country...the contacts that you have nationwide have proven to be invaluable."

Steven Trottier, Project Manager


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Featured research

Nov 9, 2022

2022 Q3 Chicago Industrial Big Box Report

Big Box Leasing Stays Strong as Developers Push to Deliver New Product. Chicago’s big box industrial vacancy rate increased for the second quarter in a row, climbing by 65 basis points to 3.57 percent during the third quarter of 2022. After bottoming at a record low 2.61 percent during the first quarter of the year, speculative construction completions increased over the past six months, pushing the vacancy rate up. Unprecedented demand for big box space since the last quarter of 2020 combined with record low vacancy resulted in a need for new speculative product. During the third quarter alone, developers started construction on an impressive 31 big box buildings totaling 15.5 million square feet, bringing the total under construction to a record 63 buildings totaling 31.5 million square feet.
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2022 Q3 Chicago Industrial Market Report

Rents Climb as Industrial Market Gets a Little Tighter. While industrial demand remained positive during the third quarter of 2022, the net absorption total of 6.9 million square feet was only 58 percent of the total recorded during each of the past three quarters and the lowest quarterly total since the fourth quarter of 2020. Despite falling off a bit, it remained above the 5-year quarterly average of 6.5 million square feet and was more indicative of how tight the market has become as opposed to a drop in industrial transaction activity.
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2022 Q2 Chicago Industrial Big Box Report

Demand for Chicago’s big box industrial product totaled 5.1 million square feet during the second quarter of 2022, as measured by net absorption. While this figure was still strongly positive, it also represented the lowest quarterly total since the fourth quarter of 2020 and was nearly half of the record 9.7 million square feet recorded during the fourth quarter of 2021. Seven speculative big box buildings totaling 3.9 million square feet were completed between April and June, four of which were delivered vacant. As a result, the big box vacancy rate, which had plunged to an all-time low of 2.61 percent in March, increased for the first time in seven quarters, ticking up by 31 basis points to 2.92 percent.
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2022 Q2 Chicago Industrial Market Report

Demand for space in Chicago’s industrial market matched the past two quarters as measured by net absorption, despite inflation at a 40-year high and economic uncertainty. Net absorption totaled 12.1 million square feet during the second quarter of 2022, slightly outpacing last quarter’s total of 11.7 million square feet. Build-to-suit completions played a slightly larger role during the quarter, contributing 3.3 million square feet to the quarter’s net absorption total.
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