12/06New York Investor Files Suit Against Hudson’s Bay, Chairman
Ortelius Advisors alleges chairman Richard Baker and suppressed the value of the r...
12/0610 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 6, 2019)
Facebook is in negotiations for a 700,000-sq.-ft. Midtown Manhattan lease, reports...
12/06Land Sales Maintain Steady Pace, But Remain Well Short of Pre-Reces...
Developers are remaining careful on land acquisitions this time around.
12/06Is There Truth Behind Elizabeth Warren’s Rally Cry Against Institut...
Recent lawsuits allege operators like Invitation Homes are slow to respond to repa...
12/05How America’s Second-Tier Cities Can Catch the Superstars: Noah Smith
The Internet may be making it easier for residents of second-tier cities to enjoy ...
12/05As Shale Boom Stalls, Houston Looks to Health Care for Job Growth
Almost 60 million sq. ft. of office space is sitting empty in the city.
12/05Amherst Is in Talks to Buy Front Yard After Activist Pressure
The company is looking into buying the single-family rental operators that put its...
12/05Chinese Investment in U.S. Commercial Real Estate Is Plunging
Chinese investors put 76 percent less money into U.S. CRE year-to-date through Sep...
12/0510 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 5, 2019)
Developers are eyeing empty parking lots as golden opportunities, reports The New ...
12/05Kimco’s Ross Cooper Discusses the Future of U.S. Shopping Centers
“Major dispositions are definitely behind us,” according to Cooper.
12/05A View from the North: Takeaways from the Global Property Market Co...
Real estate experts at the annual conference in Toronto discussed issues ranging f...
12/0410 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 4, 2019)
The Wall Street Journal looks at how the move away from LIBOR might impact regiona...
12/04Why You Need a Property Website in 2019
Today, individual property websites are a necessity for any CRE professional looki...
12/04Canada Goose Shoppers Walk on Fake Ice, Real Snow in New ‘Store’
The company’s new Toronto store has no inventory, but features a snow-filled room ...
12/04Mortgage Sector Is on Its Longest Winning Streak Since the End of 2017
Mortgage-backed securities outperformed U.S. Treasuries for the third straight mon...
12/04Outlook Remains Strong for Investment in Single-Family Rentals
Steady occupancy levels and continued rent growth make SFRs an attractive investme...
12/0310 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 3, 2019)
Commercial real estate values in Chicago drop, reports the Wall Street Journal. St...
12/03Multifamily Investors Are Spending More Capital in Secondary, Terti...
Slightly higher yields and still expanding economies are driving multifamily inves...
12/03‘Peak’ Private-Equity Fears Are Spreading Across Pension World
Private equity returns might have hit their peak for this cycle.
12/02Lord & Taylor Is Returning to New York City with a Mini Store
The department store chain will open a temporary shop in New York this holiday sea...
12/02Single-Tenant Net Lease Sales Volume Is on Pace for a Record Year, ...
Industrial single-tenant net lease properties are highly coveted by institutional ...
12/02How to Protect Yourself Against Escalating Construction Materials C...
There are ways for contractors and project developers to share the risk of rising ...
12/02Five Must Reads for CRE Investors Today (December 2, 2019)
President Trump plans to restore steel and aluminum tariffs on South American coun...
12/02WeWork Rival RocketSpace to Leave U.K. in Co-Working Blow
A San Francisco-based co-working operator is pulling out of the U.K. office market.
12/02Black Friday Becomes Blasé Friday as One-Time Frenzy Calms Down
People still shop at physical stores on Black Friday, but it’s a far cry from the ...
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