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GlobeSt.com Headlines
ORANGE COUNTY, CA--In California--the number-one US state for Chinese real estate buyers--population, tech, schools, lifestyle and short flight time attract these buyers, Juwai.com's co-founder Simon Henry tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE look at the phenomenon.
SAN DIEGO--The recently begun center at SDSU represents the blending of students, staff and faculty in a market that's becoming increasingly better known for its innovation economy, Dr. Stephen Welter tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE story.
PLANO--Southern Land Co. has sold its five-story urban development Junction 15, located in historic downtown Plano, to a commingled fund managed by New-York based real estate investment firm Clarion Partners LLC for an undisclosed amount.
LONG BEACH, CA--The Port of Long Beach recommends changing cargo-unloading time from four-day periods to six shifts to speed delivery and increase availability to cargo owners.
SEATTLE--According to the latest Zillow report, Millennials want to buy, but they are waiting longer than previous generations and in 2016, first-time buyers will be pushed out to the suburbs.
CPNOnline.com Headlines
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
While most department stores set their own hours, the small shops that line mall hallways tend to follow the lead of their landlords, which take their cues from chains like J.C. Penney and Macy’s.
Some wobbly retailers are heading into the holiday shopping season with their fates hanging in the balance. Landlords are watching with a mix of concern and anticipation about potential store closings. The bright side: New tenants can mean higher rents.
Billionaire George Soros’s investment firm has agreed to spend up to $300 million on an Argentine hotel company’s Latin America expansion, a vote of confidence in the region.
What do you do when a hot property-market has driven bricklayer salaries to nearly $100,000 a year in Australian cities like Sydney? Call in the robots.
Companies in Europe this year have signed new leases for office space at a faster rate than at any time since the start of the 2008 financial crisis.
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