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    While the Trump administration plans to bolster U.S. exports and reduce imports, a trade war with China or a U.S. withdrawal from NAFTA are unlikely, which bodes well for industrial development and absorption, according to a recent Cushman & Wakefield research report.

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  • A New Model for In-Building Wireless Service

    A 30-year veteran of the telecommunications industry explains the new model that offers an economical approach for a crucial category of technology.

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  • Pure Play. InvenTrust’s Tom McGuinness Goes All In on Retail

    Tom McGuinness learned at an early age that real estate can be profitable. His parents purchased his childhood home in 1960 for $15,000. When they sold it 20 years later, the value had appreciated to $150,000. The lesson wasn’t lost on the future CEO.

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  • Feldman Arranges New Lease at Tampa Office Tower

    The new tenant will relocate its headquarters later this year and will occupy the 18th floor of the office building which is currently under renovation.

    20 July 2017 15:32
  • Marcus & Millichap Hires Retail SVP

    Scott Hook rejoins the firm’s Newport Beach, Calif., office, following more than two decades with the firm. He will focus on retail transactions throughout the western U.S., with an emphasis on Southern California.

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  • Expo Real 2017: The Rise of Logistics

    Executives of Prologis, CBRE Global Investors, Allianz Real Estate and other high-profile players kicked off this year's Expo Real with an in-depth dialogue on the perks and challenges of logistics real estate.

    05 October 2017 10:40
  • Boca Raton Office Asset Commands $39M

    The four-story 301 Yamato features a wide array of amenities including executive suites, on-site banking and 24/7 manned security.

    24 July 2017 13:39
  • Tighter Times

    Fundraising among non-traded REITs is at its lowest level in more than 13 years, and it’s likely to drop even lower this year. The expected total of $4.5 billion is potentially the lowest since the $6 billion raised in 2005, according to figures from Summit Investment Research.

    08 September 2017 12:57
  • Salon Loft to Open New Location in Chicago

    Salon Lofts is the new tenant at 1101 W. Randolph St. and will join the other retailer in the building, Free People, in November.

    10 May 2017 12:21
  • Colliers Brokers San Diego Retail Condo Sale

    The company’s Urban Property Group also secured the first tenant for the 3,044-square-foot, two-unit retail condominium in Bankers Hill—Brooklyn Bicycles.

    02 May 2017 16:04