The new campus will house a biotech company that has already signed up for more than half the space.
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The new campus will house a biotech company that has already signed up for more than half of the space.
Phase two of the project in the South Bay area of Los Angeles is slated to go vertical this month, with a sizable prelease in the works.
Occupancy hit new lows, slipping 13.8 percent below pre-COVID levels, according to the latest report.
Some 3.2 million square feet of office space is under construction across the metro, CommercialEdge data shows.
The office building in downtown Jacksonville is scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2022.
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Brookfield snaps up two mixed-use buildings that include WeWork as a tenant.
The company is moving closer to going private three months after a non-binding, $5.9 billion offer.
The development is set to include 1.6 million square feet of office space, as well as large retail, residential and hotel components.
While transactions took a hit lately, metro L.A. properties with a healthy mix of long-term tenants continue to attract capital.
The 770,000-square-foot former Macy's flagship stretches across a full block in the city center.
The new four-year credit agreement, which replaces a facility set to expire this summer, has options for two six-month extensions.
The initial phase is slated to bring five high-paying jobs, while the long-term investment in the facility is expected to reach $200 million.
A global survey of owners and investors indicates that the pandemic has heightened attention to several key factors.
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The firm will retain a 5 percent interest in the 6.5 million-square-foot project.
The vital program helps fight climate change while providing owners with a critical source of capital.
Despite last year's pandemic-induced downturn and oil price volatility, the rental segment is faring better than initially expected.
In one state, an unemployed worker would have received 95 percent of pre-pandemic income from state and federal benefits.