According to a report by Smart Growth America, Southern cities like Atlanta and Nashville are among the least dense, but California’s Riverside also makes the bottom 10.
Maturing loans are back. Published reports from sources including conventional and securitized commercial mortgage lenders, commercial bankers, and investment bankers show that the real estate industry will continue to be challenged by the amount of loans maturing from 2014 to 2017.
At last year’s Consumer Electronics Show, a unique fusion occurred: real estate, which ultimately is about presence, met phones and other devices that link people and places.
Next week, ULI will release the ULI/EY Real Estate Consensus Forecast, a semiannual report based on a survey of 39 of the nation’s leading real estate economists and analysts. The report looks at several broad benchmarks including gross domestic product and the unemployment rate, but also indices specific to the real estate industry.
Bike-share programs planned for several North American cities are on hold due to the bankruptcy of Montreal-based Bixi, a major supplier of bikes and docks.
After years of virtually no construction, seven new office and mixed-use buildings are under development, poised to add millions of square feet of space by the end of 2016.
It was about four or five years ago when Vancouver feng shui consultant Marlyna Los experienced an uptick in calls from area real estate agents and developers.
The Trepp survey for the period ending March 14, 2014, showed spreads unchanged across all product categories, with the implied ten-year rate for properties with 50 percent to 59 percent loan-to-value ratios remaining in the 4.25 percent range.
Robert Lieber, executive managing director of C-III Capital Partners, reflects on service in the New York City mayor’s office and 23 years at Lehman Brothers.
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