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  • Economic Consensus Masks Many Uncertainties

    While economists foresee little chance of a recession in the near term, potential policy changes could impact the course of the U.S. economy and commercial real estate values, notes Yardi Matrix Associate Director of Research Paul Fiorilla, reporting on the NABE's Annual Meeting.

    04 October 2017 18:11
  • JLL Arranges Financing For Retail Centers in Austin Suburbs

    The retail assets are 19,628-square-foot Elgin Village and 9,240-square-foot Cedar Breaks Center, fully occupied at the time of the deal.

    06 June 2017 15:22
  • All Eyes on Core in Cleveland

    The growing number of renters looking to live near work, transportation, retail and entertainment options, coupled with limited housing supply, is stimulating rent growth.

    01 September 2017 13:51
  • Westcore Buys Vancouver Business Park for $39M

    The EastRidge Business Park, consisting of 25 free-standing retail, office and light industrial buildings, marks the company’s first foray in Greater Portland.

    31 August 2017 09:45
  • National Vacancies

    Vacancy rates for office markets are expected to decrease by 2.7 percent in the Midwest and remain almost the same as in the first quarter of this year for the other regions.

    22 May 2017 17:20
  • Shops at Willow Bend Gets $125M Renovation, Expansion

    The construction of the next phase began one year ago and will be completed in phases. The shopping center will introduce new restaurant and retail concepts, as well as a 200,000-square-foot office tower.

    18 May 2017 16:20
  • Hotel Chaco: Old World Charm and Modern Amenities

    The 118-key hotel, located adjacent to sister property Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, features Native American art throughout the property as well as day trips to its namesake national monument.

    03 August 2017 17:37
  • The 20-Minute Neighborhood Myth: Detroit & NYC Case Studies

    J.P. Morgan Chase Institute researched the shopping habits of New Yorkers and Detroiters to find that most people preferred retailers outside of their 20-minute neighborhood.

    20 April 2017 18:57
  • Rapid Growth in Raleigh-Durham

    The metro continues to appeal to investors who are being priced out or struggling to find high acquisition yields in major markets. The combination of job and population growth has generated a strong demand for apartments, with average rents reaching $1,075.

    29 May 2017 06:49
  • Industrial Demand

    Value of manufacturers’ new orders; not seasonally adjusted; $ in million

    30 September 2017 17:50