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GlobeSt.com Headlines
SAN FRANCISCO-- Guests will be able to tour a model, staged in a three-bedroom townhome in the Alma building.
SAN DIEGO--Companies involved in multifamily are focusing more on class-B product and value-add deals than ever now that the capital spigots are more open to purchasing and renovating these properties, ConAm's Julie Brawn-Whitesides tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .
IRVINE, CA--Entrepreneurial firms that occupy between 1,500 square feet and 3,000 square feet are increasing their leasing activity, a testament to overall improvements in the economy, BKM's Matt Stephenson tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .
PLANO--Monogram Residential Trust Inc. has appointed Dan Swanstrom as executive vice president and CFO-elect, effective on October 26.
HOUSTON--OliverMcMillan, the developer of the River Oaks District, is bringing a new-to-Texas retailer to the luxury shopping destination. H&M-branded COS, Collection of Style, will establish its first store in in the state.
      
CPNOnline.com Headlines
      
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
Hong Kong property company Great Eagle recently invested $25 million in NeueHouse, a New York-based provider of upscale co-working space. Its plan is to open a number of co-working spaces adjacent to Great Eagle’s new lifestyle hotel brand.
U.S. investor TIAA-CREF and Swedish National Pension Funds AP1 and AP2 have teamed up on European office investments.
McDonald’s has told investors it wouldn’t rule out the possibility of spinning off its real estate, but some analysts say the arguments against a REIT far outweigh those for it.
The private-equity veteran’s 54 Madison Partners will focus on hotels and hospitality.
The shared-office trend that vaulted New York-based startup WeWork to a $10 billion valuation is taking off in a new market: China.
      
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