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It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Northern New Jersey, Washington DC, Los Angeles, New York City, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Toronto, Austin, Dallas / Ft. Worth and South Florida. CHICAGO Cushman & Wakefield Adds Tyler as Managing Director By...
Tuesday's Commerce Department report of a major boost in U.S. retail sales in July, combined with a stronger-than-expected jobs report earlier this month, suggests that the U.S. economy continued its slow but steady expansion in the third quarter. Usually, record highs in the stock market, strong economic indicators and stable fundamentals across U.S property and capital markets would be cause for investors to plunge headlong into the property...
Suburban office markets with emerging 'urban-style' live-work environments and good transportation access are gaining increasing cachet among investors and cost-conscious office users, according to a new survey of the nation's 25 largest suburban markets by CBRE Group, Inc. As office prices and rental rates rise in the nation's CBDs, certain "urban-suburban" districts may offer investors opportunities at lower prices, according to CBRE, noting...
The nation’s two largest public pension funds reported strong returns from their real estate investments for their fiscal years ended June 30. The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) reported preliminary net returns of 7.6% for its real estate holdings - 43 basis points over its benchmark performance. CalPERS holds $331.7 billion in total assets with real estate making up $30.1 billion of that. The California State Teachers...
Full-year 2016 cash flow numbers are in for about 75% of loans securitized in CMBS deals with most borrowers reporting higher than the historical growth average for most property types, however the pace of growth is down slightly from record growth in 2015. The CMBS market experienced 3.4% net cash (NCF) flow growth in 2016, according to bond rating agency DBRS Inc. Although this is higher than the historical average of 1.1% since 2000, 2016 growth...
National Real Estate Investor
A federal funds rate at near zero up until December 2015 did little to encourage consumers to borrow and spend.
Trump had tapped New York developers Richard LeFrak and Steven Roth, whom he described as friends, to lead the infrastructure panel.
The brand can expand to 300 stores in the U.S., industry experts claim.
There is enough capital pouring into real estate from multiple regions to counter any potential slowdown in Chinese investment, Brookfield Property Chief Executive Officer Brian Kingston said.
The Chinese government has moved to limit domestic companies’ spending on foreign real estate, reports the Associated Press. The Minneapolis Star Tribune looks at an emerging use for brownfield sites. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Wall Street Journal
Long Island’s shrinking industrial space has placed expanding tenants in a tough spot, forcing them to look east to Suffolk County and off the island entirely, according to real-estate services firm JLL.
A massive build-out by retailers has left the country piled up with grocery shelves as consumers shift from big weekly shopping trips to more snacking and to-go meals.
Australia’s rapid embrace of rooftop panels—now installed on one in four homes in some areas—has collided with another hot spot of investment, construction of apartments and homes.
A much-loved tax advantage in the commercial real-estate industry is on the chopping block even as chances dim for the passage of a broad federal tax overhaul this year.
Retailers, food and beverage operators and department store chains looking to renew their leases have been asking for more allowances from mall owners.
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