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Rosenberg and Regnery Industrial Team

Chicago corporate real estate advisers

Colliers International is the leader in global real estate services defined by our spirit of enterprise. Jack Rosenberg, a member of Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), and Fred Regnery are leaders in Colliers’ corporate real estate practice. Major consumer product companies hire Jack and Fred throughout the country to represent them on real estate transactions.

Though Jack Rosenberg and Fred Regnery are based in Chicago, their practice takes them throughout North America with completed transactions from Hawaii to North Carolina and many points in between.

Jack and Fred pride themselves in being the real estate advisers that listens and delivers. They aggressively represent their clients’ interests while maintaining a good working relationship with the parties on the other side of the transaction.

Case studies and client letters demonstrate Jack and Fred’s experience with many of Colliers' largest clients.

A lease is often the second largest expenditure for a business after payroll, so it must be more than a cost center. They strive to make your real estate a competitive advantage.

Jack and Fred work to understand your business strategy and competitors as well as the industry trends that influence how you select and use your space. These services include:

  • Tenant representation
  • Industry benchmarking
  • Sale vs. lease analysis
  • Lease negotiation and renewals
  • Lease administration
  • Site selection
  • Build-to-suit
  • Property due diligence
  • Highest and best use studies
  • Appraisal/valuation
  • Relocation/consolidation analysis
  • Sale/leaseback
  • Construction management

Our team

Areas of expertise

Our areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, the following:

Core Capabilities

  • Superior analytics, customized modeling
  • Transaction execution with deeply managed process tools
  • Strategy development and execution to set the right course
  • Change management integration to improve business process
  • Workplace performance improvement counseling
  • Focus on how the real estate contributes to higher profits

Additional Capabilities

  • Property management
  • Capital project management
  • Asset acquisition and disposition
  • Valuation, advisory, and appraisals
  • Facilities management
  • Colliers 360 – analytic dashboards
Chicago Corporate Solutions Team

Awards and Recognitions

  • Top Producers Colliers Chicago Region (2018, 2014, 2010)
  • Largest Number of Consummated Transactions (2018, 2017, 2015, 2014)
  • Colliers Everest Club (2010-2018)
  • Winner, CoStar Power Broker (2010-2017)
  • Winner, Everest Club Top Producers Award - Ranked #1 Chicago (2010, 2014-2017), #10 Colliers Americas Region (2015)
  • Finalist, Colliers Pinnacle Award (2014)
  • Winner, CoreNet Service Provider of the Year Award (2015)
  • Finalist, Greater Chicago Food Depository Office Broker of the Year (2010-2014, 2017) 
  • Finalist, NAIOP Chicago Downtown and Suburban Office Broker Transaction of the Year (2010-2014)
  • Finalist, NAIOP Mixed Use Development Project of the Year (2014)
Colliers International Chicago awards

Featured Headquarters Projects

  1. Arthur J. Gallagher, 485,000 SF - Itasca, IL
  2. Allstate Insurance, 400,000 SF - Northbrook, IL
  3. Bally Total Fitness, 44,000 SF - Chicago, IL
  4. Peapod, 64,000 SF - Chicago, IL
  5. Arjo Inc., 62,000 SF - Addison, IL
  6. Corix Group of Companies (Utilities Inc.), 27,000 SF - Chicago, IL
  7. Nuveen Investments (TIAA), 200,000 SF - Chicago, IL
  8. Charles Schwab & Co. (Regional HQ), 150,000 SF - Chicago, IL
  9. Valspar Consumer, 60,000 SF - Chicago, IL
  10. Convergint Technologies, 50,000 SF - Schaumburg, IL 
  11. Crown Castle (Regional HQ), 48,000 SF - Downers Grove, IL
  12. Home Partners of America, 38,000 SF - Chicago, IL
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Featured research

Oct 13, 2021

2021 Midyear Big-Box Market Report | North America

In this unique interactive report, we examine the North American big-box industrial market through the first six months of 2021. Read more.
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Aug 16, 2021

2021 Q2 Chicago Industrial Big Box Report

Following record net absorption during the first quarter of 2021, Chicago’s biggest and most modern industrial buildings posted near-record net absorption again during the second quarter, totaling 7.1 million square feet. This demand resulted in a net absoprtion total of 15.3 million square feet through the first six months of 2021, eclipsing the 15.1-million-square-foot net absorption total from all four quarters of 2020. Record new leasing activity totaling 8.6 million square feet, only three big box construction completions, and few new vacancies pushed the big box vacancy rate down 185 basis points to 6.30 percent, one of the lowest rates ever recorded among big box buildings.
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Jul 29, 2021

2021 Q2 Chicago Industrial Market Report

Tenants signed 173 new leases and lease expansions larger than 10,000 square feet during the second quarter of 2021 totaling 15.4 million square feet – the greatest quarterly new leasing volume ever recorded in the Chicago industrial market. This activity follows on the heels of two quarters where the new leasing volume fell into the top six greatest quarterly totals. Not only have established users been expanding, Chicago’s robust and diverse industrial market has been attracting new companies as well.
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May 20, 2021

2021 Q1 Chicago Industrial Big Box Report

Demand for Chicago’s biggest and most modern industrial buildings set a new record during the first quarter of 2021. Net absorption – the net change in occupied space – totaled 8.2 million square feet during the first three months of the year, the greatest quarterly total ever recorded for the big box product type. The completion of four build-to-suit projects totaling 4.7 million square feet, combined with a 31 percent increase in new leasing volume totaling 8.2 million square feet for the quarter, was behind this jump in demand. As a result, the big box vacancy rate decreased by 36 basis points to 8.15 percent.
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