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Industrial Rent Collection vs. Other Segments

As published in National Real Estate Investor The COVID-19 pandemic closed the doors of many businesses and forced consumers to stay home, causing a ripple effect throughout the commercial real estate sector. As consumer spending changed in some areas and stopped altogether in others, businesses suddenly found themselves struggling to pay rents. Consequently, property owners came up short on their mortgages, which has left banks struggling to collect payments or renegotiate payment terms. The impacts of coronavirus-related shutdowns vary based on the subdivided sectors that ... Read More

2020-07-15T18:38:35+00:00July 15th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

Running Rebels Receives Generous Donation From Milwaukee-Based Commercial Real Estate Firm Phoenix Investors

As published on PR Newswire MILWAUKEE, July 13, 2020 — Running Rebels, a Milwaukee-based nonprofit organization serving local youth, announced they received a generous donation from Frank P. Crivello, Phoenix Investors' Chairman & Founder. The contribution—which includes sanitizer stations, PPE, a fleet of bicycles, and biking safety equipment—totals close to $25,000; the donated materials are intended to help Running Rebels adjust and continue their mission and daily operations amidst the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. "We are extremely grateful to Phoenix Investors for their ongoing support and generosity. 2020 has ... Read More

‘High quality company’ could occupy former Maytag site

As published in Register-Mail GALESBURG — The owners of the former Maytag site in Galesburg are working their way through improving and leasing the property. Wednesday, The Register-Mail reported on ongoing development efforts at 1000 South Linwood and 1801 Monmouth Boulevard, but had not yet received comments from Milwaukee-based Phoenix Investments, who purchased the former Maytag plant sites in 2019 to rehabilitate and lease. Now, Phoenix Investments has confirmed that the 1801 Monmouth Boulevard site is the subject of “late stage lease negotiations” with a “high quality company” that ... Read More

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