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MIAMI--What do Millennials really want in office space? And how can office space choice drive worker productivity? A new CBRE study offers keen insights.
MIAMI--Would you believe Downtown Miami condo prices are nearing pre-recession levels? It's true, according to a new study from the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA).
DALLAS--While the 203,688 square feet at 12800-128900 Hillcrest Rd. is being marketed without an asking price, sources say that assets in the area have traded between $70 and $80 per square foot.
HOUSTON--Bill Wolff, the new executive managing director of office tenant representation at Cassidy Turley, shares his thoughts with about his new role and what tenants are looking for today.
FAIRFIELD, CA--Companies are choosing to locate here because of its location halfway between Sacramento and San Francisco, affordable commercial real estate prices, and an accessible, business-friendly city government. Headlines
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
General Electric cut a deal with county and city officials to move a number of operations—including human resources and finance—to a new $90 million facility in downtown Cincinnati on the banks of the Ohio River.
As the economy improves, lenders see loans for smaller properties as less risky. And with less competition, interest rates and potential profit can be higher.
Money from China has been a top driver of some housing markets, especially in coastal cities such as San Francisco and Los Angeles. But that spigot may soon tighten.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's affordable-housing ambitions are being tested by the first major project he has shaped from its early stages, a 2.2-million-square-foot development on the Queens waterfront that is raising fears of Brooklyn-style skyrocketing rents.
Puerto Rico's deepening economic troubles have punished investors and made life hard for many locals. But one group has been encouraged by the opportunities it sees: real-estate investors.
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