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    Once considered one of the most dangerous places in the U.S., Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood has become a development and business magnet. Over the last decade, the area has attracted more than $1 billion in investment. Travis Likes, first vice president at CBRE Cincinnati, explains this remarkable metamorphosis.

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  • Downtown Phoenix Office Building Lands $51M Financing

    HFF secured the three-year, floating-rate loan for U.S. Bank Center, a 360,000-square-foot high-rise building. Completed in 1976 and renovated in 2013, the property is 63 percent occupied.

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  • Sustainably Sourced: Impact of Fresh Options on QSR Sector

    As consumers increasingly favor locally sourced and fresh ingredients, what will the impact be on quick-service restaurant owners and investors? Stan Johnson Co.'s Clint Robison and Lanie Beck believe having a well-located property is key.

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  • Vancouver Lands First WELL-Certified Office

    CBRE debuted its Vancouver digs in 2015 at MNP Tower, a 35-story office building developed by Oxford Properties. To meet the requirements for Gold-level WELL, the firm incorporated more than 100 wellness features into the asset.

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  • Breather Signs New Lease in Manhattan

    The company has expanded its portfolio of 150 meeting spaces throughout New York City with the addition of 3,707 square feet at 875 Washington St.

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  • NAI Closes Bay Area Shopping Center Sale

    The company represented both the buyer and the seller of the 50,047-square-foot neighborhood center in Newark, Calif., in this off-market transaction.

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  • What Amenities Do Tenants Want?

    Does your property have everything your tenants need? CPE and Kingsley Associates report what office users most want in their properties.

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  • Economy Watch: Small Business Optimism Still Strong

    Since last November, small business owners have been feeling confident about their prospects, which could lead them to take on more office and industrial space as they expand, according to the National Federation of Independent Business' latest economic trends report.

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  • High Volatility CRE, Revisited

    Avison Young Principal Jay Maddox discusses how the implementation of HVCRE rules has negatively impacted borrowers and created uncertainty for lenders, as well as the current efforts to soften the regulation.

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  • Anchor Health to Build FL Facility

    Construction is set to begin in early 2018 on The Center for Advanced Healthcare at Brownwood, a 285,000-square-foot multi-specialty healthcare building that will be connected to the Brownwood Hotel and Spa at The Villages in central Florida. The project is part of an ongoing partnership between Anchor Health Properties and The Villages.

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