Wed 06/ 28/ 17

Lidl’s Effect on Traditional Supermarkets…AND MORE

By |2017-08-30T15:11:17+00:00June 28th, 2017|

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., an expansion that retail real estate professionals have anticipated with both curiosity and some wariness about how the brand will impact [...]

Wed 05/ 3/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: MAY 3

By |2017-08-01T21:53:29+00:00May 3rd, 2017|

Navigating the changing landscape for multifamily financing in 2017, By Bryan Shaffer, NREIOnline.com  “While multifamily remains one of the most desirable asset classes to finance, a number of new factors have emerged that are making it more challenging to secure competitive financing now than before. The question is: will we continue to see strong fundamentals [...]

Wed 03/ 1/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: MARCH 1

By |2017-03-16T01:41:36+00:00March 1st, 2017|

Each Wednesday, The Wrap presents a compilation of recent noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of publications. Below are links to five stories that caught our eyes in recent days: Growth predicted for commercial mortgage lending in 2017, By Orest Mandzy, Urban Land Institute Key Excerpt: “The MBA is forecasting $515 billion of lending [...]

Wed 02/ 8/ 17

WEDNESDAY WRAP: FEBRUARY 8

By |2017-07-23T15:47:37+00:00February 8th, 2017|

Each Wednesday, The Wrap presents a compilation of recent noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of publications. Below are links to five stories that caught our eyes in recent days: Connection is the best amenity for apartment properties, By Bendix Anderson, NREIOnline.com Key Excerpt: “Apartment living is focusing more and more on the world [...]

Wed 12/ 28/ 16

WEDNESDAY WRAP: DECEMBER 28

By |2017-03-16T01:46:43+00:00December 28th, 2016|

Each Wednesday, The Wrap presents a compilation of recent noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of publications. Below are links to five stories that caught our eyes in recent days: Apartment Investment Interest Remains Strong, By Les Shaver, Multifamily Executive Key Excerpt: “In 2015, the multifamily market saw one of its best acquisition years [...]

Wed 03/ 23/ 16

Wednesday Wrap: March 23

By |2016-03-23T12:30:02+00:00March 23rd, 2016|

Each Wednesday, The Wrap presents a compilation of recent noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of publications. Below are links to five stories that caught our eyes in recent days: • Turning Point? U.S. Commercial-Property Sales Plunge in February by Peter Grant of WSJ.Key excerpt:"The market has slowed primarily because of forces at work in [...]

Wed 03/ 16/ 16

Wednesday Wrap: March 16

By |2016-03-16T14:03:45+00:00March 16th, 2016|

Each Wednesday, The Wrap presents a compilation of recent noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of publications. Below are links to five stories that caught our eyes in recent days:• Upscale Mall Landlords Pay Up to Stay Chic by Liam Pleven of WSJKey excerpt:“Malls are like the fashion business,” said Alexander Goldfarb, a senior analyst at [...]

Wed 03/ 9/ 16

Wednesday Wrap: March 9

By |2016-03-09T14:17:04+00:00March 9th, 2016|

Each Wednesday, The Wrap presents a compilation of recent noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of publications. Below are links to five stories that caught our eyes in recent days.• Storage Units, Now With Space to Cook, Relax and Entertain by Candace Jackson of WSJKey excerpt:“Far from the traditional industrial park-style facilities, these upscale [...]

Sun 06/ 1/ 14

Land Use: Building And Maintenance Codes, Permitting And Licensing

By |2014-06-01T15:11:34+00:00June 1st, 2014|

In Midway, Georgia, police shut down a lemonade stand that was built and run by neighborhood girls for lack of appropriate permitting. On another occasion, the City of Atlanta shut down the Atlanta Food Truck Park and Market, because the vendors were violating their mobile vending permit location requirements. A permitting and licensing lawyer will be [...]

Sun 03/ 30/ 14

Does Your Property Belong In The Pages Of History?

By |2014-03-30T15:25:45+00:00March 30th, 2014|

The Nathan Aldrich House — a large, elegant, Greek revival stone house — was the residence of Catherine Regina Seabury in 1889. She chose to use it as a recreational and spiritual retreat for women factory workers, a remarkable choice at the time. In recognition of Seabury's visionary activities, her home is included in the [...]