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AI Enables Productivity—Delivering Value to Investors and Owners

Generative AI is changing how the world works, and the property industry is no exception. GNP Realty and its development and acquisitions arm, The One Companies (ONE), are known for taking an innovative approach to business operations, notably in implementing cutting-edge technologies to benefit owners and investors. “Machine-learning technologies have been used in our business

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Chicago’s “Wings” Will Continue to Spread Over the Magnificent Mile

Less than two years after the temporary installation of the photo-op favorite Wings of Mexico bronze sculpture in the Plaza of the Americas on N. Michigan in Chicago, the long-standing collaboration between the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) and GNP Realty Partners will enable the sculpture to remain, where it attracts significant pedestrian admirers—especially during

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GNP Earns A+ Rating from BBB

GNP Realty Partners, a renowned real estate service provider in Chicago, has recently been distinguished with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This achievement is a testament to GNP Realty’s commitment to excellence and adherence to ethical business practices in the real estate industry. GNP Realty offers a broad spectrum of services,

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Exterior art installation brings foot traffic to tenant property

GNP proposed and facilitated commissioned mural below the Mag Mile Managing a branded building on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile requires special attention to public-facing areas—including below the Michigan Ave. street level. So, when the Magnificent Mile Association approached GNP Realty to participate in “Undercurrent,” a mural installation partially funded through the City of Chicago’s Central City

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Why Communication Matters in Commercial Construction

According to the Project Management Institute, poor communication is the #1 reason for project failure. This is especially true in commercial construction projects due to the multiple stakeholders—the developer, architect, contractor, subcontractors, consultants, suppliers and investors. Further, key decision-makers may be off-site, away from the realities of the project work.  Poor communication easily creates a snowball

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