Secondary markets behave differently than their big-city gateway peers, so prudent investors need to adjust their strategies accordingly.
Lending and investment standards are easing despite credible warnings of a bubble.
With the vote on San Francisco’s waterfront height limit resolved last week, it’s time for residents to move on to more pressing waterfront issues: namely, rising sea levels.
A multidisciplinary team in Amsterdam is racing to print a prototype home.
Two Dallas suburban cities experiment with flexible retail or residential space designs to help urbanize their city centers.
Twenty-three developments (11 in North America, seven in Asia, and five in Europe) have been selected as finalists in the 2014 Global Awards for Excellence.
The Trepp survey for the week ended June 6 showed spreads widening 3 to 5 basis points and the implied ten-year commercial real estate mortgage rate for institutional properties remaining at 4.00+/- percent. Year-to-date, the implied rate continues to hover near historical lows, declining 51 basis points since January 1, 2014.
I am very pleased to report that ULI’s recent Spring Meeting in Vancouver was an extraordinary success.
A resilience-themed ULI Advisory Services panels in Portland and South Portland focused on making the two cities’ waterfronts resilient in the face of climate change.
The Trepp survey for the week ended May 23 showed spreads widening about 4 basis points; fast forward one week and the survey (dated May 30) show spreads coming in at 4+/- basis points. The implied ten-year commercial real estate mortgage rate for institutional properties remains in a range around 4 percent.