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December 10, 2013


HSA Commercial’s chairman and founder Jack Shaffer was named an Industrial Real Estate Icon by Real Estate Forum Magazine in the publication’s November 2013 edition. Mr. Shaffer, who was previously featured on Real Estate Forum’s list of Midwest Real Estate Icons, was included among “two dozen household names of investment and development who have helped […]

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November 5, 2013


Jack Shaffer, chairman and founder of HSA Commercial Real Estate, announced that construction has commenced on a 220,000-square-foot speculative industrial building the firm is developing in partnership with Great Point Investors LLC in the Gateway Business Park at 1025 Columbia Road, Plainfield, Ind. Crews from the project’s general contractor, Fishers, Ind.-based Meyer Najem, are in […]

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October 15, 2013


Construction is already well underway on the 218,500-square-foot spec industrial building at the Delany Commerce Center in Waukegan, Illinois. Last month, HSA Commercial was joined by officials from its project partner Great Point Investors LLC and general contractor Premier Design + Build as they celebrated the groundbreaking of the development’s first building at the southeast […]

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October 14, 2013


Jack Shaffer, Chairman and Founder of HSA Commercial, Inc., announced today that the firm has again partnered with Boston-based Great Point Investors LLC to launch HSA’s third speculative industrial development this year. The partnership expects to break ground this month on a new 220,000-square-foot warehouse building near Columbia Road and Ronald Reagan Parkway in Plainfield, […]

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September 19, 2013


Event Information: Thursday, October 17th, 2013 @ 8:30 AM Riverway Auditorium 6133 N River Road, Rosemont, IL Price: $45 for NAIOP members / $60 for non-members Register Now   Bob Smietana, CEO and Vice Chairman at HSA Commercial, will be a featured panelist at a real estate event next month entitled, “Where is the Chicago […]

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September 9, 2013


HSA Commercial and its project partner Great Point Investors LLC joined Premier Design + Build in celebrating the official groundbreaking of a 218,500 square-foot speculative warehouse facility located in the Delany Commerce Center at 2431 Delany Road in Waukegan, Illinois. Premier Design + Build Group was selected by HSA and Boston-based Great Point Investors LLC […]

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August 7, 2013


Jack Shaffer, Chairman and Founder of HSA Commercial, Inc., announced today that the firm has partnered with Boston-based Great Point Investors to develop a 218,500-square-foot speculative warehouse facility at Delany Road and Blanchard Road in north suburban Waukegan, Ill. The partnership broke ground this month on the new industrial building which will be divisible to […]

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July 24, 2013


In a recent article for the Illinois Real Estate Journal, HSA’s Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Industrial Services, Tim Thompson (pictured above on the far right), explores the complicated analysis involved in the decision to launch a spec development. Using HSA’s Park 355 Phase II as a case study, Tim identifies a few […]

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July 15, 2013


Midwest Real Estate News once again recognized HSA Commercial as being one of the “Best of the Best” in commercial real estate in its annual awards issue. HSA Commercial, which has ranked among the region’s top commercial real estate firms for decades, has 11,865,300 square feet owned and 15,859,940 square feet managed in the firm’s […]

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May 8, 2013


HSA Commercial and Morgan / Harbour Construction are pleased to announce that the firms broke ground last week for a new 180,480 square foot speculative warehouse in Phase II of Park 355, in Woodridge, Illinois.  The building is a joint-development between HSA Commercial and Denver-based Industrial Income Trust, a non-traded real estate investment trust that […]

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