Landlords to see cool-down in values, but no big chill
The Chicago commercial real estate market is going strong, but its comeback isn't complete.Six years after the market hit bottom, an index of Chicago-area commercial property values is still about 7 percent shy of its 2007 pre-crash peak. But the price measure, tracked by Real Capital Analytics and Moody's Analytics, rose a healthy 7.1 percent in 2016, the seventh straight annual gain for the Chicago market, fueled by a growing economy, low interest rates and an ample supply of debt.