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  • Modular Sofa Adds Design, Functionality

    Modern Office Furniture's Zig Zag sofa can be arranged and re-arranged in various formations to accommodate different seating or room layout requirements. The pieces are modular and come fully assembled, offering a pre-built seating concept for lobbies or entryways.

    21 June 2017 08:10
  • SoCal Industrial Park Commands $211M

    The six-building campus in Rancho Dominguez is 99 percent leased to 23 tenants. Situated adjacent to the Alameda Intermodal Corridor, the property offers access to five major freeways.

    21 July 2017 07:35
  • CWI Lands Charlotte Marriott City Center

    The REIT acquired the hotel following a $40 million renovation process completed in 2016. The building is now dubbed “The Beta Hotel” due to its ultra-modern features.

    02 June 2017 23:05
  • Retail Isn’t Dead: How the Internet of Things Will Revolutionize CRE

    Shoppers are increasingly interested in what they can’t get out of e-commerce–experiential retail–and brick-and-mortar stores are being completely turned around as a result.

    13 October 2017 17:44
  • Humanetics Lands Michigan Facility

    The leading supplier of crash test dummies has bought a 78,065-square-foot property in Farmington Hills, Mich., from an owner of commercial and multifamily properties.

    07 April 2017 21:11
  • New Luxury Boutique Hotel Coming to Chicago

    SOPHY will be located in Hyde Park and will operate under The Olympia Cos. The hotel is expected to offer 98 rooms, a bar, a restaurant and a fitness center.

    15 August 2017 15:00
  • C&W Appoints New Executive Director

    Industry veteran Tom O’Regan returned to the company after several years in executive roles at JLL and Richards Barry Joyce Partners.

    22 August 2017 13:27
  • Daikin Brings Cool $417M Campus to Houston

    The 4.2 million-square-foot building is the largest tilt-wall structure in the world and the second-largest manufacturing facility in North America.

    31 May 2017 11:05
  • The Case for Lower Interest Rates

    Reduced growth expectations and a potential stock market correction could mean interest rates might not rise as much as previously thought, notes Avison Young Principal Jay Maddox. Lower rates combined with strong demand fundamentals and capital availability could bode well for commercial real estate values.

    19 April 2017 17:46
  • High-Paying Jobs Add to Upscale Demand in Richmond

    After fears of overbuilding began to subside in 2017’s first half, the Richmond-Tidewater multifamily market rebounded, boosted by consistent, substantial job gains in the professional and business services sector.

    23 October 2017 13:45