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  • 8/9/2017 -
    Why one industrial developer is putting data center in its $1B business park

    Two weeks ago, Brennan Investment Group announced plans for Elk Grove Technology Park, a $1B development on 85 acres in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Filling the largest infill site in Chicago's O'Hare submarket, Elk Grove Technology Park would help solidify Chicago's status as both a top industrial market and a premier data center market.

    - Bisnow

  • 07/19/2017 -
    $1 billion technology park in Elk Grove Village?

    A real estate group wants to build a technology park at Busse Farm in Elk Grove Village, one that's being called a potentially $1 billion development that would be a major boon for the region.

    - Daily Herald

  • 08/08/2017 -
    Siemens opens $2 million training center for customers

    Siemens, the German manufacturing conglomerate, has opened a $2 million center in Elk Grove Village to train customers' employees in computer-controlled machining. Manufacturers have said for years they find it hard to hire skilled employees. Some researchers say this is the result of an industry that stopped investing in workers: laying them off, moving jobs offshore and cutting training programs.

    - Crain's Chicago Business

  • 7/24/2017 -
    How Mikerphone Brewing became hottest thing in Chicago beer

    Mikerphone, which is housed in a brick building that looks as if it could have once been a dentist's office — but in fact was a landscaping company — won't open for another 15 minutes. The brewery resides in the largest contiguous industrial park in the nation, a 6-square-mile maze of tidy, curving streets that are home to 3,600 businesses and 80,000 employees.

    - Chicago Tribune

  • 7/6/2017 -
    Arcade bars, baby boomers keep pinball machines rolling off assembly line

    The whirring and dinging pinball machines that once dominated arcades lived, for a while, shrouded in nostalgia in your grandparents' basement. But now they are having a resurgence, brought on by the rise of arcade bars.

    - Chicago Tribune