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  • Hanover Park strikes deal for 90% stake in strip mall

    HANOVER PARK -- The village will join forces with a Chicago developer to revitalize a declining strip mall, a deal that will give the village a 90 percent ownership stake in the Barrington Road shopping center and oversight of more than $3 million in renovations.

  • West Dundee downtown plan moves forward

    The West Dundee village board adopted a downtown redevelopment plan that took nearly a year to develop with input from residents and business owners. It includes recommendations for creating more public spaces, making downtown more pedestrian-friendly and improving accessibility, sprucing up storefronts, and attracting new retail and residential developments.

  • Arboretum of South Barrington sold to Starwood Retail Properties

    SOUTH BARRINGTON  -- The Arboretum of South Barrington, a property that had faced foreclosure in recent years, will close today with a new property owner, according to Village President Paula McCombie.

    
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  • Mobile applications have made the way we do business — from ordering a pizza to sealing a sale deal — more efficient and easy. Businesses have taken notice, and, according to a recent survey conducted by Vernon Hills-based IT solutions provider CDW, they’ll be spending much more on apps over the next few years.

     
  • After spending more than three decades in the commercial art and advertising industry, Chris Bonk’s position was downsized and he searched for a different medium. He found Bottle & Bottega, a growing franchise that involves holding interactive art parties

     
  • There are four components every truly effective leader must incorporate in order to be consistently impactful in their position: supervision, coaching, training and mentoring. If you were to draw a pie chart and placed these four areas within it applying percentages that you dedicate to each one, what would it look like? 
  • Inland Securities Corp., the managing broker dealer for Inland Real Estate Investment Corp., announced Kathleen A. Pelletier has joined the company as vice president of broker dealer relations. 
  • Elk Grove Village-based Liberty Property Trust announced the promotion of vice President Neal Driscoll to city manager of the company’s Illinois/Wisconsin portfolio. 
  • Crowe Horwath LLP: John Kurkowski
    Crowe Horwath LLP has promoted John Kurkowski to managing partner of the firm’s national Private Equity Group services 
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums in Arlington Heights, talks about his 25-year custom drum business.
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums in Arlington Heights, talks about his 25-year custom drum business.
Elk Grove company's March Madness
How Connor Sports is literally on the floor at the NCAA basketball Final Four in Indianapolis.
CLC Science and Engineering Building
College of Lake County breaks ground on new Science and Engineering Building
 
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