Ryan Ori

Columnist

Ryan Ori is a Tribune columnist covering commercial real estate. Before joining the Tribune in 2017, he spent nearly six years on the real estate beat at Crain’s Chicago Business. The East Peoria native and Bradley University graduate previously reported on sports, features and news at the Peoria Journal Star. He has run 10 marathons and lives in Lincoln Park with his wife, daughter and son.

Recent Articles

  • Plan for 80-story tower, two others in Lakeshore East hits roadblock

    Plan for 80-story tower, two others in Lakeshore East hits roadblock

    An ambitious plan for three residential high-rises near Lake Michigan, including one that would soar 80 stories, has been shot down by the city’s downtown alderman. Chicago-based Magellan Development Group and its development partner, Australia’s Lendlease, now must make significant changes to...

  • Deal of the day: $500 million-plus sale of Groupon HQ

    Deal of the day: $500 million-plus sale of Groupon HQ

    Groupon’s sprawling headquarters along the Chicago River is close to getting a new owner, in a $500 million-plus deal that would be one of the biggest office sales in Chicago this year. Chicago developer Sterling Bay is working to complete the purchase of the building at 600 W. Chicago Ave., according...

  • For-profit college owner Adtalem moves 150 workers to new downtown headquarters

    For-profit college owner Adtalem moves 150 workers to new downtown headquarters

    After a name change and sale of its namesake university this year, the for-profit college chain formerly known as DeVry Education Group also has a new headquarters in Chicago. Adtalem Global Education last week moved more than 150 employees to a 44-story office tower downtown from the company’s...

  • Time Out to open one of Chicago's biggest food halls in Fulton Market district in 2019

    Time Out to open one of Chicago's biggest food halls in Fulton Market district in 2019

    The publisher of Time Out entertainment magazines confirmed plans to open one of the largest food halls in Chicago in 2019, in the Fulton Market district that’s already a destination for foodies. Time Out Market Chicago is planned for a three-level, nearly 50,000-square-foot building to be constructed...

  • Nobu Hotel in Fulton Market selling before it's built

    Nobu Hotel in Fulton Market selling before it's built

    Chicago’s Nobu Hotel is still in the early stages of construction on West Randolph Street, but the Robert De Niro-backed hotel and restaurant is already getting a new landlord. Mexico’s RCD Resorts has struck an almost $20 million deal to buy and take over the Fulton Market district development...

  • Plan for 51-story Wacker Drive tower hits obstacle

    Plan for 51-story Wacker Drive tower hits obstacle

    A planned 51-story tower on Wacker Drive has run into an unexpected obstacle that could halt the high-profile office development: the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The federal agency has informed the developers, Chicago’s Riverside Investment & Development and Dallas-based Howard Hughes Corp.,...

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