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IRVINE, CA--Too Faced Cosmetics signs a 104-month lease with Bixby Land Co. to occupy the entire ground floor at the creative-office development at 18231 W. McDurmott here in this week's wrap-up of deals.
SAN FRANCISCO--Among a few key things we learned from CompStak, the locally based firm notes that CBD tenants with expiring rents who want to stay in the San Francisco market can expect to pay 46% more.
SAN DIEGO--The local CRE market is certainly not without challenges, but a source we EXCLUSIVELY spoke with in this analysis says there are still plenty of positives, with office and residential demand still outpacing new supply.
TORONTO--Deal for 38 hotels will make Marriott the largest hospitality operator in Canada.
LOS ANGELES--The mixed-use developments to make it through the downturn had a balance of product type that could stand on its own, according to experts at ALIS 2015. Headlines
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
A Chinese real-estate firm known for its big investments at home is casting its net much farther afield, becoming one of the most aggressive property buyers in California.
Home builders are ramping up their construction of speculative homes—those built without a buyer lined up in advance—in anticipation that the recent pickup in sales will carry through to the spring home-buying season.
Investors are pouring money into buying and developing health-care-related properties, a class of commercial real estate that has been outperforming almost all others since the recession.
Crowded bus stations aren’t commonly known for appealing retail environments, but two New York City real-estate firms are aiming for just that at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
New York City has awarded $13.2 million in recovery funds to Madelaine Chocolate Co., one of the largest employers in the city hit by superstorm Sandy.
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