Tom Poser

  • Likely Suspects: Best Candidates for Compliance

    While larger property owners in the small but growing number of cities—and in some cases states—requiring benchmarking of energy efficiency are more likely to already be doing it, they are not necessarily the greatest beneficiaries of the process.

    National 16 May 2013 09:45

You May Also Like

  • How Big Data, Machine Learning are Shaping CRE Finance

    A new white paper from the MIT Center for Real Estate examines changes and trends in commercial real estate financing that are being driven by these technologies.

    08 November 2018 11:19
  • Savanna Buys, Repositions Manhattan Asset

    The 126,256-square-foot office property will undergo a $21 million capital improvement program that will include upgrades to the lobby, roof, facade and seventh-floor vacant space.

    14 December 2018 14:02
  • The Strong, Steady Twin Cities

    Demand for office space is particularly high in the metro’s urban core, where many companies choose to relocate despite soaring asking prices.

    07 December 2018 12:56
  • Crocker Partners Buys $55M Orlando Office Portfolio

    Wells Fargo Bank provided financing to facilitate the acquisition of Northpoint Center. The three-building asset encompasses roughly 335,000 square feet in Lake Mary.

    30 October 2018 17:14
  • Microsoft Vendor Relocates Portland HQ

    Jet Global now occupies 30,000 square feet in a newly renovated, adaptive reuse building closer to the city’s core. The move is part of Jet Reports’ rebranding process.

    05 December 2018 11:01