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Hyde Park Shopping Center

Hyde Park Shopping Center, owned by the University of Chicago, is the pre-eminent retail center in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, home to the Unversity. Home to the Hyde Park Coop, one of the only grocery stores in the immediate area, the 74,000 square foot center was a popular shopping stop for residents and […]




Loyola Gottlieb Center for Immediate Care

For many years, Loyola Gottlieb Memorial Hospital tried establish an outpatient facility in the River Forest market. Few development or redevelopment sites were available in this tight infill urban market. Loyola Gottlieb Memorial Hospital selected HSA|PrimeCare to manage an exhaustive search for infill sites in the densely populated River Forest market. The Solution HSA identified […]




McCormick Theological Seminary

A seminary of the Presbyterian Church, McCormick has trained women and men for the Christian ministry since 1829. They moved to the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago in 1975 and in 2003, McCormick built a new 50,000 square foot administration building to support staff and faculty. Their classroom space was rented from a fellow seminary […]




Memphis Bax, LLC

In 2011, West-Ward Pharmaceutical acquired the generic injectable division of Baxter. The sole distribution center for this division was located at 4750 Pleasant Hill Road in Memphis, TN. Baxter had occupied the building since 2003 with a significant amount of improvements being completed at the building. West-Ward needed to evaluate the long-term plan for their […]




Midwest Warehouse | 1200 Orchard Gateway

HSA Commercial Real Estate represented Midwest Warehouse in the leasing of a 604,500-square-foot industrial warehouse located at 1200 Orchard Gateway in Aurora, Illinois. Midwest needed a location to meet the needs of clients in search of finding a regional distribution location for their business. The new warehouse sits on 32.59 acres of land, including offsite […]




Orland Park Place

Since its opening in 1981, Orland Park Place was a failed project. Multiple owners, bankruptcies, and foreclosures left only two tenants in the mall, anchors Montgomery Ward and Kohl’s. Over the years the Village of Orland Park had reviewed numerous proposals which attempted to make it a profitable enterprise. None proved feasible until HSA presented […]




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