Technology facilitates reopenings. Construction delays persist. Student housing delinquencies could rise. These are the trends that shaped coronavirus coverage this week.
The app's Beijing-based parent company inked a 232,000-square-foot deal with The Durst Org., owner of the 48-story One Five One Midtown skyscraper.
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Recent legislation surrounding carbon emissions has forced the commercial real estate industry to look at innovative ways to build more sustainably.
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Caddis Healthcare Real Estate has owned the 122,000-square-foot, Class A property since 2018.
The metros on this list account for more than 80 percent of the state's total transaction volume year-to-date through April, according to Yardi Matrix.
KT Urban Partner Shawn Milligan provides his insights on how the coronavirus lockdown has impacted one of the nation’s top office markets.
Here's a breakdown of the metro's top submarkets with the largest number of units underway as of April, based on Yardi Matrix data.
A breakdown of the country's top-performing multifamily metros for units underway as a percentage of existing stock.
The current climate of economic and industry chaos can serve as a great retooling period in order to make innovative steps for the recovery, says Cameron Ghassemi of Shopoff Realty Investments.
As talk has shifted to reopening the economy following the COVID-19 shutdown, the focus has moved to control and prevention of the virus' spread.
Completed in 2019, the Class A property is adjacent to Interstate 74 and is leased to Radial Inc.
Cameron Peake, co-founder of digital banking firm Azlo, offers insights into financing alternatives and pivoting to keep your business on an even keel.
Capstone Manufactured Housing has arranged the $20 million disposition of three manufactured housing communities in the Wichita area to a California-based operator.
A new Marcus & Millichap report indicates that while there are some bright spots, the industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis and could face a long road back.
The new entity will have an estimated $2.5 billion, including leverage, to develop and operate data centers for technology clients across the continent.
Habib American Bank purchased the seven-story property, which will become its new headquarters.
Managing Director William O’Keefe and Director Kelsey Nakamura will work on behalf of owner Advance Realty Investors.
Adamas Building Services will occupy 3,000 square feet at 75 Orient Way in Rutherford.