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  • From Rust to Robust: Revamping Industrial Sites for Community Benefit

    Nonprofit entities can revitalize neighborhoods and improve local economies by redeveloping unused real estate, according to Donald F. Smith, Jr., president of the Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) of Southwestern Pennsylvania.

    13 September 2017 20:49
  • Pop-Up Shops Going Global

    The effects of e-commerce on brick-and-mortar are on the rise and players from both sides of the line are increasingly turning to popup space. CPE talked to Patrick Burkert, co-founder & CMO of Go—PopUp, about the niche's relationship with classic real estate and about the future of the field.

    13 October 2017 11:06
  • Arup Announces New Director of Its Chicago Office

    Cierine Nicolas, who joined Arup as associate principal last year in November, completed the transition to the role of director and is expected to lead the company's team of engineers on a variety of projects.

    11 May 2017 08:31
  • Manhattan’s GM Building Lands $2.3B Refi

    Boston Properties has completed a $2.3 billion refinancing of the 50-story, 2 million-square-foot trophy tower. The financing includes interest-only payments and matures in 2027.

    09 June 2017 13:14
  • Streetplus to Manage 3 San Fran Benefit Districts

    All three downtown Community Benefit Districts were previously managed by MJM management Group, which will serve as a local advisor to Streetplus over the next two years.

    19 July 2017 13:55
  • Abandoned Power Plant Turns Into Solar Farm

    The abandoned Phipps Bend Nuclear Power Plant is now producing CO2-free electricity thanks to a newly built 1-megawatt solar farm.  

    11 July 2017 16:57
  • Boston Historic Building Trades in Sale-Leaseback Deal

    Colliers International arranged the disposition of 148 State St. on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc., which will keep its headquarters downtown.

    26 April 2017 16:44
  • Manhattan Office Asset Lands $200M Recap

    Silverstein Properties has acquired a majority interest of 619 West 54th St.. The company partnered with Taconic, which purchased the Hell’s Kitchen asset five years ago.

    05 May 2017 10:43
  • Informa Consolidates NYC Offices in Midtown

    Fisher Brothers will welcome the events and publishing company to 605 Third Ave., a recently renovated Class A office tower. The firm plans to occupy three floors by the first quarter of 2018.

    24 August 2017 14:36
  • Monday Properties Taps New SVP

    Former Gramercy Property Trust Senior Vice President Evan Dreilinger will bring more than 18 years of varied real estate experience to the company.

    15 September 2017 14:06