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  • AmTrust Expands Chicago Team

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  • ACC Breaks Ground on Highland Campus’ $153M Second Phase

    Phase two of the project totals 415,000 square feet and features the school system’s first business incubator. Upon completion, the facility will serve an additional 5,000 students.

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    Hillwood and Al. Neyer plan to develop two speculative buildings, totaling more than 1.7 million square feet, in Erlanger, Ky. The construction of Building 1 will start in 2018.

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  • Asia Pacific vs. Other Global Markets

    The Asia Pacific region has some of the most diverse real estate markets in the world. Alongside more established markets like Australia and Japan, there are a number of more nascent markets with lower transparency, higher barriers to entry and at various stages of development.

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  • What the GOP’s Border-Adjustment Tax Means for REITs

    While its tough to say where the proposal is headed, lawmakers agree the taxing system for REITs could look very different in the future. Here’s a snapshot of REIT sectors that could feel an impact—adverse or beneficial—according to BDO's Matthew Becker, Tanya Thomas and Paul Heiselmann.

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  • Trailer Manufacturer Strengthens PA Footprint

    M.H. Eby purchased a 95,000-square-foot production plant in Ephrata for $3.3 million. Eby currently operates two other facilities in Lancaster County, but intends to move all Pennsylvania manufacturing operations in the Ephrata facility.

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