There are still many unknowns regarding this groundbreaking carbon emissions regulation. In this episode of "Sustainability Street," we delve into some of the bigger ones.
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The structural engineering firm has additional offices in Dallas and Boston, serving clients across the U.S. and overseas.
The U.S. General Services Administration has selected Krueck Sexton Partners to lead the property’s transformation.
Once a boon, the Bay Area's tech-centricity quickly became a liability. The tide, however, is turning again.
With nearly 350 million square feet underway across the U.S. at the end of February, CommercialEdge highlights the largest current developments.
Technology advances that help meet the needs of the moment while increasing NOI, from Carbon Lighthouse’s CEO Raphael Rosen.
Unlike many of its coastal neighbors, the market is showcasing relatively unscathed fundamentals into the first quarter.
The metro Dallas property last traded in 2019.
After recording 3 million square feet of transactions in January, the Metroplex recorded a noteworthy drop in February, to just 170,000 square feet.
The climate solutions provider will develop the facility in Botetourt Center at Greenfield in Botetourt County.
The company has teamed up with Clarion Partners to develop the project on a speculative basis.
Yardi Matrix Research Director Paul Fiorilla and leading economists look inside the recent and forthcoming "go-big" packages.
The industrial development’s first phase is a flex warehouse building within Greenfield Business Park.
The tenant is planning extensive renovations, including the addition of an EV charging station.
The property traded for slightly less than its 2015 sale price.
PropertyShark compiled the top office building sales recorded last month in New York City.
The owners of the two Newark properties are Link Logistics and Overton Moore Properties.
The portfolio, which is 29 percent office, includes a wide range of property types.
Yardi Matrix data and analysis on eight publicly traded apartment companies.
The veteran Midtown South investor picked up The Haymarket Building under a 99-year lease agreement.