Mall Owners Fighting Online Stores Turn to Concerts, Food Trucks

With customer traffic sagging, U.S. retail landlords are using their sprawling concrete lots to host events such as carnivals, concerts and food-truck festivals. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National Real Estate […]

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At Kushners’ Manhattan Tower, Debt Payments and Losses Increase

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Measure to Clear Up Urban-Renewal Uncertainties Advances in Colorado Legislature

The 2015 bill was the result of years of fighting between cities and other local governments over the creation of urban-renewal districts in which cities pledge revenues from the future growth of property-tax collections in […]

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (April 10, 2017)

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The New Sears Home Is an Affordable Apartment

In February, a nonprofit called Mercy Housing Lakefront opened 181 units of affordable rental apartments in a building that once housed Sears’s catalog printing plant. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National […]

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Inside Blackstone’s $500 Million Willis Tower Makeover

The hope is that the new design that blends the building into the neighborhood and creates a welcoming environment will serve as a catalyst to revitalize the surrounding area. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts […]

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Darden Shows That U.S. Doesn’t Need More Olive Gardens: Gadfly

The purveyor of unlimited salad and pasta might not be on the cutting edge of culinary excellence, but it seems to be ahead of its competitors in realizing that restaurants need to curb their appetite […]

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry (March 29, 2017)

Two more rate hikes could be on the table for 2017, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer tells CNBC. International tourists are cutting back on U.S. trips, leaving luxury U.S. retailers in a lurch, reports […]

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Top 10 Markets for CRE Investment in 2017

Gateway cities continue to be good places for long-term investment. For shorter-term holds, investors should explore less crowded markets and markets with low development pipelines. read more Related Posts:No Related Posts Original post by National […]

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Bebe Said to Be Closing Stores in Brick-and-Mortar Retreat

Unlike many retailers, Bebe has no significant debt. But the company has lost about $200 million over the past four years, and negotiating with landlords to get out of leases may prove difficult. read more […]

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