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  • Louisiana Triple Net Lease Dollar General Changes Hands

    The 10,640-square-foot building traded for $1.3 million. The Dollar Tree lease featuring no landlord responsibilities is set to expire in 2031.

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  • JLL Adds New VP to Its Smart Building Team

    In his executive role, Yann Palmore will provide advisory services and will develop strategies to help clients implement data-driven solutions into their commercial real estate portfolios.

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    Yardi Matrix's Jeff Adler sat down with the managing partner to discuss his insights on the current and quickly changing commercial real estate industry.

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  • Westcore Expands NorCal Industrial Portfolio

    The company has acquired a 277,500-square-foot industrial building in Stockton, Calif. for $14.4 million. This is Westcore’s second acquisition in the city in the past year.

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  • Office Condo Tower Tops Off in Coral Gables

    Co-developed by TSG and BF Group, Ofizzina is scheduled for completion in the fall and will offer 54 offices, three ground-floor retail spaces, a rooftop terrace and more than 300 parking spaces.

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  • Hines, Peterson to Revamp Iconic Building in Ireland

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  • WeWork Signs New Lease in Lower Manhattan

    The company is taking over four full floors at Trinity Centre and becoming the anchor tenant. The two-building office complex boasts a recently restored Gothic façade and marble-clad lobbies.

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  • 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.

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