The Trepp survey for the week ending October 17 showed average spreads widening as much as 15 basis points, with the average breaking the 130-basis-point barrier.
The latest forecast from the Urban Land Institute and EY shows that expectations across the real estate capital markets are moderating after several years of strong growth. A survey of 43 economists and analysts from 32 leading real estate organizations shows that real estate capital markets are expected to continue strengthening, though at a slower pace compared with that witnessed in recent years.
Ten buildings ranging from 11 to 57 stories take height in new directions.
Across from Manhattan’s Hudson Yards project, a significant number of new and under-construction residential structures dot the New Jersey side of the Hudson’s so-called Gold Coast stretch, including three state-of-the-art mid-rise apartment buildings just completed at the 60-acre (24-ha) Lincoln Harbor mixed-use development.
A look at what is helping rejuvenate a New York City apple–outside the Big Apple.
On October 20, the ULI Foundation will honor Foundation Governor Michael D. Fascitelli for his contributions to the Institute and his career accomplishments in real estate finance and responsible land use. Fascitelli discusses the current state of financial markets—and what’s next for his career with ULI senior fellow Stephen Blank.
Dr. Judith Rodin, president of the Rockefeller Foundation, has been chosen as the 2014 recipient of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development, the Institute’s highest honor.
In this book, authors John Massengale and Victor Dover analyze great urban streets from around the world in text, pictures, and drawings. These range from the iconic Champs-Élysées in Paris and Las Ramblas in Barcelona to important but lesser-known streets such as Main Street in Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Church Street in Charleston, South Carolina
After storms, planners and designers incorporate new elements to stave off rising waters
Why one innovative housing development in the Rockaways withstood the waves.