Like a sweltering summer day in the Panhandle, the Texas real estate market is hot. Very hot.
Extracting oil and natural gas from shale is just one driver of the state’s latest glory days.
U.S. President Barack Obama called on Congress to patch the Highway Trust Fund saying that a transportation funding shutdown could cost some 700,000 jobs.
The commercial real estate industry is failing to address the consequences of the extreme weather events that are a rising threat to property values, according to a ULI Europe report.
The Trepp survey for the week ending June 20, 2014, continued the trend of spreads implying ten-year commercial real estate mortgage rates for institutional properties at +/–4 percent.
San Franciscans assume that one day an earthquake will hit their city hard, thanks to the geologic fault line that runs below it. But one neighborhood leader has taken lessons from Hurricane Katrina, Los Angeles’ riots, and the Northridge earthquake to prepare.
Urban blight remains the single biggest challenge to large-scale revitalization efforts underway in the city of Detroit, said Dan Gilbert, founder and CEO of Rock Ventures and Quicken Loans, speaking at a ULI conference on public-private partnerships.
Public and private capital can be combined–and leveraged–to provide more workforce housing.
Connecting the old town of Dresden, Germany, with the city’s traditional shopping street, Altmarkt-Galerie creates a meeting place and point of attraction for residents and tourists.
Commercial real estate is “seriously under threat” from a new generation of tenants seeking fundamentally different property than their predecessors, according to property experts at ULI’s Real Estate Trends conference in London last week.