Sunday, May 16, 2021

Today’s CRE Scoops – December 4, 2019

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Atlanta-based Jamestown, the institutionally backed developer that operates New York City's Chelsea Market and has closed record-breaking property deals with Google, is going direct...

Today’s CRE Scoops – December 3, 2019

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New research by data firm Trepp finds multifamily commercial mortgage backed securities (CMBS) as one of the top-performing commercial real estate sectors in the...

Today’s CRE Scoops – December 2, 2019

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Online shoppers are expected to spend a record $9.4 billion on Cyber Monday, following a record Black Friday that saw $5.4 billion in sales....

Today’s CRE Scoops – November 27, 2019

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A weaker start to the year for global commercial real estate investment took a turn for the better in the third quarter,...

Renewed Industry Focus on Transit-Oriented Development

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Builders see transit-oriented development (TOD) as one answer to urban sprawl, as populations grow around urban cores. Despite success stories in cities like Houston...

Development Wave Rolls into LA Arts District

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LOS ANGELES—As the South Park neighborhood is runs out of developable land, the development renaissance is moving on to the Arts District. In the...

CA Industrial Campus Bets Big on Demand

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The first phase includes approximately 1.7 million square feet in three buildings. STOCKTON, CA—A project within the master-planned NorCal Logistics Center breaking ground this...

How Developers Make Rural Feel Urban

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RAMONA, CA—Emphasizing walkable town centers is one way planners and developers can create a more urban feeling in towns that have a more rural...

Southwest’s Flight and Office Complex Built With F4 Twisters In Mind

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  DALLAS—Two significant milestones were recently celebrated at the Southwest Airlines Wings project: topping out of what will be Southwest’s new office/Leadership Education and Aircrew...

Relocating the Only Option for Expanding OC Industrial Tenants

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  NEWPORT BEACH, CA—A majority of industrial tenants seeking expansions are doing so by relocating, since the Orange County industrial market has reached a tremendously...