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GlobeSt.com Headlines
ORLANDO--"We came to a virtual standstill," Melissa Marcolini-Quinn, who runs NorthMarq's Central Florida operations as SVP and senior director, tells GlobeSt.com
MADISON, NJ--Prudential Real Estate Investors has named James Glen a principal and portfolio manager for its core U.S. real estate fund. PREI, among the world's largest real estate investment management and advisory businesses, is a business of Prudential Financial.
IRVINE, CA--E-commerce is forcing bricks-and-mortar retailers to have a more targeted strategy regarding their approach to physical stores, Auction.com's Peter Muoio tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE ICSC Western Division preview.
SEATTLE--According to a recent study, educated millennials are congregating in urban environments, close to where they work...and not surprisingly, they are also among the most expensive places to live in the county.
SANTA MONICA, CA--A joint venture between MWest Holdings LLC and GreenOak Real Estate LP sells the 60-unit building, which just received $1.5 million in upgrades and interior renovations.
      
CPNOnline.com Headlines
      
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
An unusually strong reading for U.S. new-home sales in August might not be enough to kick the market into higher gear.
Related Cos. is planning a $6.5 billion project in the city of Santa Clara. Taken with two planned skyscraper projects in San Francisco and a mixed-use project in Los Angeles, the ventures show how Related is betting California is ready for denser urban development.
An Asian real-estate investor is acquiring the site of one of New York's most infamous diplomatic incidents. Hong Kong-listed Keck Seng Investments agreed to buy the Sofitel hotel for $272 million.
The long-hidden, glass-and-iron atrium of a landmark 1880s building at 5 Beekman St. in lower Manhattan is being restored, as the office building and an adjacent lot are transformed into a hotel and condominium tower.
Savills Studley and Deloitte have a team in New York marketing 30 St. Mary Axe., a London office tower known as the Gherkin for its pickle-like shape and expected to fetch around $1.1 billion.
      
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