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    The September issue focuses on Capital Markets, with features on the capital stack and non-traded REITS. Our economist Hugh Kelly's column discusses how an immigration plan might damage CRE. And don't miss our latest Mission: Success, a profile of Tom McGuinness, the innovative CEO at InvenTrust.

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  • Equinix Acquires Istanbul Facility for $93M

    The company acquired three buildings from Zenium, one of which currently serves as a colocation facility that generates annual revenues of $2.5 million.

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  • NoCal Medical Park Trades in 1031 Exchange

    Sinogap LLC has exchanged a Silicon Valley redevelopment site for a 21,008-square-foot multi-tenant medical dental office park in Milpitas, Calif., and an apartment community in San Jose, Calif.

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  • Opa-Locka Flea Market Trades in $80M Deal

    The new owner signed a long-term lease with RER Outdoor Marketplace, which will operate the property and implement a series of upgrades at the flea market.

    25 July 2017 18:01
  • Midsummer Musings: What Will the 2nd Half Bring?

    What's ahead in the second half of the year for lending, investment volume and the business climate? A senior NAR economist sheds light on the complex issues that will shape the rest of 2017.

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  • Ivanhoé Cambridge JV Buys Chicago Office Tower

    The company and its partner, Callahan Capital Properties, paid $145 million to acquire the 576,000-square-foot high-rise at 125 S. Wacker Drive in the city’s West Loop neighborhood.

    15 May 2017 11:55
  • Merger of Drugstore Giants Changes Course

    Under the new $5.2 billion deal, Walgreens Boots Alliance will purchase 2,186 stores from Rite Aid Co., along with three distribution centers and related inventory.

    03 July 2017 11:29
  • Economy Watch: U.S. Population Still Graying

    The median age of the U.S. population rose from 35.3 years in April 2000 to 37.9 years in July 2016, according to new Census Bureau population estimates. A shift that will affect demand for retail and residential real estate.

    26 June 2017 13:01
  • Economy Watch Weekly: Consumers Less Certain About Economy

    Economy Editor D.C. Stribling discusses the University of Michigan's latest survey of consumers, which recorded a decrease in confidence about future economic prospects.

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  • Lendlease to Build $200M Mixed-Use Project in DC

    Construction of 1250 Half St., a 608,000-square-foot development featuring two 11-story towers, will bring 439 residential units and ground-level retail.

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