Monday, September 25, 2017

How Developers Make Rural Feel Urban

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...

CA Industrial Campus Bets Big on Demand

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...

Co-Living Apartments and other U.S. Redevelopment Trends

A rendering of Two Saints “Culinary” lofts offer co-living in the Big Easy The growing demand for downtown living in cities across the U.S., combined with...

Renewed Industry Focus on Transit-Oriented Development

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...

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

  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...

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CRE Cap Rates Holding Mostly Steady in 2017

With a commercial real estate cycle rolling steadily toward its decade mark, investors are evermore conscientious of the returns they are currently getting, and...
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Is the Evolving Suburban Office Sector a Smart Move for Commercial Real Estate Investors?

In 2017, the U.S. suburban office sector sparkles. And as with most facets of commercial real estate, timing has been everything. This recovery saw...
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Texas Medical Office Portfolio Sale Shows Healthcare Real Estate M&A Trend Still Afoot

On behalf of Irvine, Calif.-based management company IRA Capital, commercial real estate investment and advisory firm HFF has just sold a Texas-based class-A medical...