This Week in Chicago Real Estate: Plans revealed for McDonald’s headquarters, $100 million development in West Loop and more

by Rachel Popa

Chicago river in downtown with towering skyscrapers and a bridge

Lots of exiting things happened this week in the world of real estate. Notable news included the reveal of plans for McDonald’s new headquarters in Fulton Market, and a new $100 million development in the West Loop, among other developments.

Just in case you missed it, here are this week’s top stories:

6,000 square foot office space planned for West Loop –What will McDonald’s new headquarters look like in Fulton Market? In a term, super sized. Chicago Real Estate Daily has the details.

Plans for 845 W. Madison – A public meeting has been set for a massive new development in the West Loop. Curbed Chicago details the numbers behind the $100 million project here.

MBA Weekly Survey – Low mortgage rates boosted mortgage applications last week, as the Mortgage Bankers Association reported in its latest analysis.

Generational definitions by decade –What kinds of features do different consumers want in new construction? Johns Burns Real Estate Consulting breaks the generations down here.

The top 10 issues affecting real estate –The changing global economy is the biggest trend affecting real estate in 2016, according to the Counselors of Real Estate. Read on for the CRE’s other nine trends here.

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