News 2017-07-10T01:05:34+00:00
Wed 08/ 16/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: AUGUST 16

By | August 16th, 2017|Categories: Mixed-Use, Office Real Estate, Retail Real Estate, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

 Real estate forgot to take a summer vacation, By Ethan Rothstein, Bisnow “In commercial real estate, August is traditionally the slow season when business drags on as people come and go from the office to [...]

Wed 08/ 9/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: AUGUST 9

By | August 9th, 2017|Categories: Commercial Development, Commercial Real Estate, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

Commercial, multifamily borrowing in U.S. up 20 percent year-over-year, By Michael Gerrity, World Property Journal “‘Borrowing and lending backed by commercial and multifamily properties has been strong the first half of this year,’ said Jamie [...]

Wed 08/ 2/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: AUGUST 2

By | August 2nd, 2017|Categories: Affordable Housing, Mixed-Use, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

Bringing efficiencies to all aspects of future developments, Multifamily Executive With all the new products coming to market these days, it can be difficult to stay abreast of important changes that could affect your business—and [...]

Wed 07/ 26/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JULY 26

By | July 26th, 2017|Categories: Commercial Development, Industrial Real Estate, Multifamily, Web/Tech, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

ULI chairman discusses the state of the multifamily market and the future of suburbs, By John Egan, NREIOnline.com Millennials, at 80 million strong, are entering the housing and employment markets in large numbers. Baby boomers, [...]

Wed 07/ 19/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JULY 19

By | July 19th, 2017|Categories: Commercial Development, Community, Medical, Multifamily, Web/Tech, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

Positive momentum in Atlanta, By Robert Demeter, Commercial Property Executive “The metro’s favorable business climate continues to entice companies to relocate. Through March, the job market added 103,100 positions, the bulk of which were in [...]

Wed 07/ 12/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JULY 12

By | July 12th, 2017|Categories: Medical, Multifamily, Retail Real Estate, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

How stormwater retention paid dividends for three sites, By Anthony Paletta, Urban Land Magazine “These three examples were among many showcased in the Institute’s recent report, Harvesting the Value of Water: Stormwater, Green Infrastructure, and Real [...]

Wed 07/ 5/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JULY 5

By | July 5th, 2017|Categories: Industrial Real Estate, Multifamily, REITs, Uncategorized, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

What to Expect from the Logistics Sector as E-Commerce Grows Up, By Patricia Kirk, NREIOnline “Cyclical and structural factors, including overcapacity in the container shipping industry and greater use of technology in manufacturing, retail and [...]

Wed 06/ 28/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JUNE 28

By | June 28th, 2017|Categories: Affordable Housing, Commercial Development, Commercial Leasing, Current Affairs, Land Use, Landlord Tenant, Leases, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

Will Lidl Cause a Major Disruption to Traditional Supermarkets?, By Donna Mitchell, NREIOnline.com “In mid-June, the Neckarsulm, Germany-based grocery chain Lidl began opening the first 20 stores of its planned 150 locations in the U.S., [...]

Wed 06/ 21/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JUNE 21

By | June 21st, 2017|Categories: Commercial Development, Multifamily, Retail Real Estate, Uncategorized, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

How will the Amazon-Whole Foods deal affect retail real estate? By John Egan, NREIOnline.com “Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods should instill confidence in retail real estate investors, especially those whose portfolios include grocery-anchored properties, Harding [...]

Wed 06/ 14/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: JUNE 14

By | June 14th, 2017|Categories: Bankruptcy, Commercial Development, Multifamily, Retail Real Estate, Wednesday Wrap|0 Comments

Population growth and affordable cost of living accelerate CRE renaissance in the Southeast, By Patricia Kirk, NREIOnline.com  “Collectively, the six states comprising the region—Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee—would form the sixth [...]